Lauri Love - No U.S. Extradition

Lauri Love - No U.S. Extradition

No Love for US Gov: emergency fund for Lauri Love.

Courage Foundation takes Love on as emergency case, raising funds to fight extradition.

Lauri Love is an activist and alleged hacker from Stradishall, England, under arrest and facing potential extradition to the United States on charges of hacking into governmental agencies including the US Army, NASA and the Federal Reserve, among others.

Love was first arrested on 28 October 2013, for alleged offenses under the UK’s Computer Misuse Act. His house was searched and his computer was seized. The government tried to force Love to turn over his encryption keys, but Lauri refused to cooperate and was ultimately released on bail. However, the National Crime Agency refused to return Love’s computer because it could not decrypt his files.

In February 2015, it was reported that Love would take legal action against the NCA to retrieve his property. Love told the BBC, “Should police, having obtained a reason to acquire information but lacking any overt evidence of criminality sufficient to bring prosecution, be allowed to withhold private data? There is a very dire risk that this power will be used to disrupt protected journalistic and political activity.”

Then on 15 July 2015, Love was arrested again.

This time he was charged with hacking into various governmental agencies, including the US Army, NASA, the Federal Reserve and the Environmental Protection Agency. UK officials said that they arrested Love on an extradition warrant on behalf of the United States.

After his arrest, Love appeared at Westminster Magistrates’ Court, where he was released on conditional bail and an extradition hearing was scheduled for 1 September.

The Courage Foundation is taking Lauri on as an emergency case: we must raise funds for his legal defence before his extradition hearing. Lauri Love needs all of our support to oppose his extradition and to end his persecution.

The Courage Foundation runs Lauri Love’s official defence fund.

Official website - Free Lauri Love

Saturday 25 July 2015

Tor Project

Tor protects your privacy

Tor Browser is an easy-to-use, portable package of Tor. By downloading and using Tor, you can protect the people who need anonymity, like activists, journalists and bloggers...

Tor Project
Matt DeHart is free

Matt DeHart is free

Matt is transitioning after 8 long years of prison. He will be starting with practically nothing. Many of you know his tragic story. Our family would appreciate any help for Matt to start life over.Here are some things for which he will need help: Dental (...)


We stand in solidarity with Jeremy Hammond

We stand in solidarity with Jeremy Hammond

Jeremy is sharing his new home at the William Truesdale Detention Center with courageous grand jury denier Chelsea Manning. We don’t know why Jeremy has been summoned, but the circumstances would suggest that Jeremy is being called to provide testimony (...)


Mail to Jail at CCCamp 2019

Mail to Jail at CCCamp 2019

Campaign to support arrested Anons. This years #CCCamp2019 as the 2018 Chaos Communication Congress will have a #MailToJail | #Mail2Jail workshop | writing station located in the “Milliways” camp side block by the infodesk. Where attendants can to get (...)


A message from James Robinson's prison

A message from James Robinson’s prison

We have continued to support him because we believe more in the brother than in the established order. I take credit and full responsibility for the actions in which I committed. There is no one other to blame than myself and I apologize for not (...)


Lauri Love statement on property ruling

Lauri Love statement on property ruling

Love, who brought the case under the 1897 Police Property Act, said: "Although the court has not in this instance exercised its discretion in my favour, I am thankful to have had a hearing and the opportunity to submit the issues in question to the (...)


Lauri Love "Strong Crypto For All"

Lauri Love "Strong Crypto For All"

Court considers whether Lauri Love should get his computers back. Lauri Love has told Hendon Magistrates’ court that, one year after the threat of extradition to the United States was lifted, the National Crime Agency should return computers seized in (...)


Red Cross

We stand with Ukraine

The Russian government’s attack on Ukraine has put millions of innocent lives in danger. We stand with Ukraine to support their freedom and to defend democracy. If you wish to support Ukraine and its people in their time of need, please consider donating to the Red Cross.


/e/ Foundation
eFoundation is a non-profit organization leading the development of Open Source mobile operating systems that respect users’ data privacy.

Tor Browser
Tor Browser
Tor protects your privacy

NordVPN
Protect all your devices.
2-Year Plan | Discount -72%