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A man from Northamptonshire arrested over the alleged hacking of Pippa Middleton's iCloud account has been released on bail.
It follows claims that three thousand of Pippa Middleton's private pictures had been illegally accessed.
A 35 year old man was arrested on Saturday on suspicion of hacking offences.
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Police investigating claims that Pippa Middleton's iCloud account was hacked have arrested a 35-year-old man in Northamptonshire, Scotland Yard said.
Pictures of the Duchess of Cambridge and her children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, are reportedly among 3,000 images taken from Kate's sister.
Police said that the man had been taken into custody at a south London police station after being arrested on suspicion of a Computer Misuse Act offence.
The Sun and Daily Mail newspapers reported that an anonymous seller had offered to sell them the pictures via encrypted messaging service WhatsApp.
The images reportedly include some of the royal children as well as wedding dresses and parties.
The Sun said it had been approached by someone using a pseudonym and asking for £50,000 within 48 hours.
A Suffolk man who has autism will be extradited from Britain to the US to stand trial over charges of cyber-hacking.
Lauri Love, who's 31 and from Stradishall near Haverhill, is alleged to have stolen huge amounts of data from US agencies including the federal Reserve, Nasa and the FBI.
Mr Love has said he holds little hope of justice and suggested a jail term in the US could cause his health to deteriorate and would lead to a mental breakdown or suicide.
He and his family wanted him to face justice in the UK rather than the US.
But this afternoon a judge has ruled Mr Love should be extradited
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It's the beginning of the end for a groundbreaking spacecraft part-built in Stevenage and Milton Keynes.
The Philae lander was part of a mission to discover the origin of comets.
It successfully landed last year but technicians have now decided to wind the project up.
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A new way of delivering parcels is being tested by Amazon in Cambridgeshire, using unmanned drones.
The company has issued a notice warning to people in the area that the flying machines will be operating between now and October.
If the trials are successful, the company could begin using the drones for its deliveries within 30 minutes of its warehouses.
Terry Hollywood from Cambridge Aeroclub has concerns about safety with fears of an aircraft collision with a drone.
"I've personally seen a drone pass by my aeroplane while I was flying at 3,000 feet about three weeks ago, two or three days ago one of my instructors saw one at 2,000 feet, so there is a discipline issue and there is a control issue."
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