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Accused hacker Lauri Love wins appeal against US extradition

Lauri Love, the British-Finnish computer expert accused of breaking into US government computers, has won his extradition challenge at the high court. Love faced deportation to the United States over allegations he broke into computers belonging to NASA, the Federal Reserve, and other government agencies. If convicted, he faced a potential sentence of 99 years in prison.
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