Teen at the centre of hacking storm bailed to mum’s home in Spalding

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A TEENAGER charged with hacking into a string a high profile websites, including the Serious Organised Crime Agency, has been bailed to his mum’s home in Spalding.

Jake Davis (18) appeared at City of Westminster Magistrates’ Court accused of five charges, including conspiracy to carry out a distributed denial of service attack on the Metropolitan Police Service’s e-Crime unit.

The alleged young hacker is said to be part of the Lulzsec and Anonymous groups that have targeted high profile names such as the NHS, Sony and The Sun newspaper.

The cyber attacks see the websites flooded with traffic to make them crash.

The teenager was bailed to an address in Spalding where his mum lives. District Judge Riddle imposed a curfew from 10pm to 7am, ordering Davis to wear an electronic tag.

He is also banned from accessing the internet.