Tor Ekeland first jumped into the CFAA fight last year, after he agreed to represent “AT&T iPad hacker” Andrew “Weev” Auernheimer, who was recently sentenced to 41 months in prison. He is continuing this fight by representing Matthew Keys, Reuter’s deputy social media editor and famed Twitter journalist, who has been indicted under the CFAA for allegedly handing over login credential for the network of his former employer, the Tribune Company, to Anonymous hackers.
AnonUK Radio - Lauri Love Will Be Extradited To US
Hacker Lauri Love Will Be Extradited To US To Face Charges.
A conversation with Lauri Love’s attorney Tor Ekeland.
Lauri Love, a 31-year-old British hacktivist once affiliated with Anonymous, will have to go to the U.S. to face charges, a London court ruled Friday. Love, who allegedly intended to avenge (...) Read more
20 September 2016
Matt DeHart named as third Courage beneficiary
Courage, the international organisation dedicated to the protection of truth-tellers, has announced that its new beneficiary will be Matt DeHart.
Matt DeHart is a 30-year-old former US National Guard drone team member and alleged WikiLeaks courier who worked with the hactivist group Anonymous. In the last 24 (...) Read more
2 March 2015
Anon.UK Radio - Matt DeHart’s attorney Tor Ekeland
AnonUK Radio presents a conversation with Matt DeHart’s attorney Tor Ekeland.
Tor Ekeland, P.C. is a New York City law firm representing clients at the cutting edge of technology and business law. The Firm handles a range of litigation and transactions involving computer law, Internet law, intellectual property, (...) Read more
16 February 2015