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  • Police today arrested a man being suspected of behind a computer hacking campaign in Japan

    Published on February 10, 2013

    Japanese police today arrested a man being suspected of behind a computer hacking campaign following an exhaustive hunt that at one stage had authorities tracking down a cat for clues. Yusuke Katayama, 30, was arrested on charges of using a remote computer and sending a mass-killing threat to a comic book event after months of evading investigators with a series of vexing cyber-riddles, according to broadcaster NHK. The channel aired footage of detectives escorting a chubby man with glasses into a police station. He is believed to have sent numerous threats from computers around the country, including against a school and a kindergarten attended by grandchildren of Emperor Akihito.

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