U.K. Supreme Court Rules Wikileaks Founder May be Extradited to SwedenThough Julian Assange has made a name for himself as the founder of Wikileaks and spewing government secrets across this great wide Internet, the computer programmer has been under house arrest since 2010. Facing charges of sexual assault, Assange has been fighting extradition to Sweden for the past two years. Now, the U.K. Supreme Court has ruled that Assange's arrest warrant is legitimate. However, this fight appears far from over.Read on...
British Citizen May Face Extradition to the U.S. For Linking To Pirated Content
British citizen Richard O'Dwyer owned and operated a site called TVShack up until November of 2010 when U.K. and U.S. police stopped by his house to seize all his gear. Since then, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection has been calling for blood claiming that O'Dwyer made $230,000 by linking to pirated content. Now, after having the misfortune of being ruled against by U.S. District Judge Quentin Purdy, O'Dwyer may now face extradition to the U.S. to face the consequences of his grievous, grievous crimes.Read on...