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Anonymous Hacker Begins Second Week of Hunger Strike in Prison

An alleged Anonymous hacker has begun his second week of a hunger strike in prison to protest perceived child torture and political prosecutions against the likes of the late internet activist Aaron Swartz. Martin Gottesfeld, 32, began the hunger strike on October 3 and tells Newsweek he has already lost eight pounds. Gottesfeld faces charges under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act after allegedly being involved in the hacking of Boston Children’s Hospital in 2014 following the apparent mistreatment of one of its patients.
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