Lauri Love was arrested on 25 October 2013, coinciding with the sentencing of Jeremy Hammond, for alleged offences under the UK’s Computer Misuse Act. The police gained entry to his home when one officer pretended to be a UPS courier. Lauri’s house was searched and his computers and other digital media property were seized. He was then detained overnight at a police station and questioned before being released on police bail...
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