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Teenager is bailed over hacking rap; E-CRIME.

By LAURIE HANNA A TeenAger appeared in court yesterday charged with hacking into the police's Serious Organised crime Agency website.

Jake Davis, 18, was arrested at his home on the Shetland Islands last week by the Metropolitan Police Service's e-crime unit.

He was held as part of an investigation into the hacking groups LulzSec and Anonymous.

The police believe he was spokesman for the two groups and allegedly used the nickname Topiary.

Davis, carrying a book titled Free radicals: The Secret Anarchy of Science, was granted conditional bail at city of Westminster magistrates' court.

He faces five computerrelated offences including attacks on Sony, news International newspapers and two conspiracy counts. Davis, who may not access the internet, is to appear in Southwark crown court on August 30.


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Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:Aug 2, 2011
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