Authorities postpone hearing for Hector Xavier Monsegur, also known as "Sabu," who faces a maximum 124 year jail term for his role in LulzSec hack attacks.
Core members of LulzSec have been sentenced for their campaigns -- and according to the defense, some of the victims were "thoroughly deserving" of what happened to them.
Australian Federal Police arrest man who reportedly called himself the leader of the hacking group, which has been the target of recent prosecution after a brief hacking run in 2011.
Ryan Ackroyd, Jake Davis, and Mustafa al-Bassam all admit to plotting to hack Sony, 20th Century Fox, Nintendo, and other organizations in 2011.
Four British men aged 18 to 26 have all pleaded guilty to charges relating to attacks on sites including the CIA and UK crime agencies.
New Obama administration strategy says organizations such as WikiLeaks and hacking group LulzSec may conduct "economic espionage against U.S. companies."
Arizona man is charged in connection with movie studio security breach that yielded thousands of names, e-mail addresses, and passwords.
Two members of Lulzsec accused of online attacks against the Sun, the Pentagon and the NHS have pleaded guilty to hacking charges.
With names like "LulzSec Reborn," "MalSec," and "SpexSec," hacking groups are cropping up in the wake of LulzSec arrests and Anonymous dissatisfaction.
There's a fundamental social shift occurring in the hacker culture and in media. Activists are disrupting major corporate and government Web sites, stealing and leaking sensitive data, and changing how we all use the Web. Join me, Elinor Mills, and Jennifer Granick as we discuss.