Australia arrests and charges self-proclaimed LulzSec leader "Aush0k"

Australia arrests and charges self-proclaimed LulzSec leader "Aush0k"

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New On Wednesday, the Australian Federal Police (AFP) arrested and charged a 24-year-old man from New South Wales who claims to be the leader of LulzSec. The man, who has not yet been named publicly by the authorities, is believed to be the person behind the online moniker “Aush0k.” Other Australian media have...
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