Post by Judith Post by Judith
Known on Twitter as Malware Tech, the 22-year-old is a self-taught computer
expert who reveals little about his true identity.
He wants to remain anonymous – not least because he may have got in the way of
some serious international criminals – but is believed to be a malware expert
working for a US company, living close to his beloved coastline in south-west
And what did the fucking Daily Mail do?
Print a photograph if him.
They really are evil bastards: just like the Tory Party.
Ransomware attack hero condemns 'super-invasive' tabloids
He spoke under his alias of MalwareTech because he did not want to be
But within two days Hutchins, who operates out of an English coastal town,
tweeted that he had woken up to discover that his picture was on the front page
of a newspaper and since then has become the centre of a media storm. .......
he says, the situation has escalated to the point that he feels the British
tabloids have put his life in danger.
Well what do we expect from the Mail.
A decent press regulation system, complying with the findings of the
Leveson Report, would give him the right to complain and to have a
proper investigation and maybe the newspaper would then be told the
error of its ways and offer an apology, an undertaking not to repeat
this conduct and a sum of compensation.
But all that's out of the window. The Tory election manifesto promises
to scrap the remaining Leveson recommendations and to terminate Part Two
of the investigation which was to have investigated law breaking by
police in exchange for money or favours from the press.
Theresa May needs the Daily Mail, because as a person she is such a