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Lulzsec hackers in UK plead guilty

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 15 May 2013 22:52

Lulzsec hackers in UK plead guilty Four UK-based men who were allegedly involved with several cyber crime cases as part of the Lulzsec group have pleaded guilty.
Ryan Ackroyd, Jake Davis, Mustafa al-Bassam and Ryan Cleary will be sentenced next week at the Southwark Crown Court. They are alleged to have been part of a group called Lulzsec, which authorities blame for a series of attacks in 2011 against targets including Sony Pictures, Electronic Arts and even the Metropolitan Police's Serious Organised Crime Agency.

"It's clear from the evidence that they intended to achieve extensive national and international notoriety and publicity," said Prosecutor Sandip Patel, according to the BBC.

"This is not about young immature men messing about. They are at the cutting edge of a contemporary and emerging species of criminal offender known as a cybercriminal."

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