Wednesday, April 24, 2013Man claiming to be LulzSec leader charged Man known as “AushOK” was charged by the Australian Federal Police (AFP) with two counts of unauthorized modification of data and one count of unauthorized access
Wednesday, November 28, 201230 years, just for the lulz? A 27-year-old accused hacker faces a long stint in prison if convicted under a three-count federal indictment over the alleged theft of information from an intelligence broker
Thursday, August 30, 2012More arrests in Sony hacking case IT WORLD CANADA CURATED The suspect will appear before an Arizona court on Sept. 14
Thursday, June 14, 2012Alleged LulzSec member indicted in U.S. Cleary, already charged in the U.K., is accused of attacking Sony Pictures and Fox Entertainment
Wednesday, March 07, 2012LulzSec leader's digital trail followed by rival hackers, FBI The story of 'Sabu,' an alleged FBI informant and this week's arrest of five more alleged hackers linked to LulzSec and Anonymous
Wednesday, March 07, 2012Anonymous takes down security firm's Web site After the arrest of several people in two countries, the hacking collective goes on the offensive, vowing to 'fight to the end'
Wednesday, January 04, 2012Year in review: June 2011 A number of legal decisions highlighted the month, including a $300 million triumph by a Toronto company over Microsoft and a key win by Wind Mobile
Thursday, July 28, 2011UK Police arrest LulzSec teen in Shetland Islands raid Hacking group loses alleged LulzSec mouthpiece, and tweeting personality 'Topiary' in police raid
Thursday, July 21, 2011Anonymous releases restricted NATO document But the hacker collective said it won't release e-mails allegedly hacked from The Sun tabloid just yet. Anonymous also claimed on its "AnonymousIRC" Twitter handle that it has 1GB of material from NATO but said that most would not be published because it would be "irresponsible"
Monday, June 27, 2011Anonymous claims LulzSec members, steps up attacks The hacking group infiltrated a counter-cyberterrorism training site over the weekend. It also said it had found a "chest of 40 Terabytes internal data" from an undisclosed company, but was not sure how to put up all the data on the Web
Thursday, June 16, 2011New LulzSec hack leaks 62,000 web logins The hacking jokesters carve another notch in their belts only hours after compromising the Web site of the CIA