Anonymous dramatizes the importance of anonymity and privacy
in an era when both are rapidly eroding for citizens, and when government secrecy and systematic surveillance are on the rise, especially in the United States.
Lauri Love’s work should be considered in this context,
as should the potential consequences if he is extradited to the United States. Lauri is alleged to have participated in #OpLastResort, an Anonymous operation that was undertaken in the wake of the suicide of Aaron Swartz. Swartz – a hugely talented and prolific code and activist – committed suicide on 11 January 2013, after relentless persecution by the US justice system over allegations concerning the mass downloading of academic articles he had been entitled to access.
The Courage Foundation runs Lauri Love’s official defence fund.
The Law Report on ABC RN - Lauri Love
Australian national radio’s Law Report features Lauri Love.
Lauri Love is interviewed on ABC’s Law Report this week, on the subject of extradition law and cases of Gary McKinnon, Lauri Love and Gary Davis, who is currently taking his appeal against US extradition through the Irish courts.
The programme explores (...)
Lauri Love ha ganado una batalla y no será extraditado
La Justicia británica decidió que el hacker Lauri Love no sea extraditado a EE.UU.
La justicia británica se pronunció esta mañana contra la extradición a Estados Unidos del hacker inglés Lauri Love, acusado de introducirse en los sistemas informáticos de la Reserva Federal, el Pentágono y la NASA.
El juez Ian Burnett, (...)
6 de febrero
Distorted Trasmissions - Naomi Colvin
No U.S. extradition for Lauri Love #TrialAtHome.
Love’s supporters said the Prime Minister had failed to heed the warnings and raise the case with the President, despite "widespread public concern" over the potential consequences of his extradition.
Naomi Colvin, a representative of the Courage Foundation, which (...)
16 December 2017
London’s beautiful supporters for Lauri Love
Hacking suspect Lauri Love faces anxious wait for extradition decision.
British national Lauri Love, who is accused of hacking into U.S. government computers, arrives for an extradition appeal hearing at the Royal Courts of Justice in London, Thursday, Nov. 30, 2017. Authorities in America have been fighting for (...)
30 November 2017