Man denies hacking British Airways website

Man denies hacking British Airways website

A man has denied hacking the websites of British Airways and a number of police forces.

Paul Dixon, 22, of The Avenue, Seaham, appeared at Newcastle Crown Court charged with five offences under the Computer Misuse Act.

The alleged attacks took place in October 2014 against websites including Durham Police, Police Scotland and British Airways.

A trial was set for April 3 next year and he was released on bail, the BBC reported.


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