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Warg was extradited to Denmark from Sweden in November and was charged with illegally disrupting public systems, illegally collecting data and destroying property. The hacker is accused of stealing social security numbers from the Danish driving licence database operated by the IT firm CSC. On December 18, Frederiksberg City Court ruled that Warg was to spend an additional three weeks behind bars.
The campaign points out that Breivik, who killed 77 people on 22 July 2011, has been allowed to enrol in political science courses remotely through the University of Oslo and is working on a book, while Warg is held in solitary confinement and denied reading material despite not yet being convicted of a crime.
Over the weekend, his family attributed his death to federal prosecutors pursuing “an exceptionally harsh array of charges, carrying potentially over 30 years in prison, to punish an alleged crime that had no victims."