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[UPDATE] Finnish site Yle reports that a second person linked to the Xbox Live and PlayStation Network outages, a 17-year-old going by "Ryan," has been brought in for questioning by Finland's National Bureau of
Investigation. He has not been arrested, however, according to the report.
The original story is below.
A person linked to the Christmas Day Xbox Live and PlayStation Network outages has been arrested by British police, according to a new report. The Daily Dot has obtained the copy of search warrant for 22-year-old Vinnie Omari, who was supposedly booked Monday before posting bail.
"They took everything," Omari told the Daily Dot. "Xbox One, phones, laptops, computer USBs, etc."
A press release from The Thames Valley Police shows that a 22-year-old male from Twickenham was arrested December 30 "on suspicion of fraud by false representation and Computer Misuse Act offenses." He's due in court in March 2015.
Lizard Squad took responsibility for the Christmas Day DDoS attacks against Xbox Live and PlayStation Network that led to the major interruption of both online networks. Xbox Live returned to normal operation in about a day, while the PlayStation Network was largely unavailable for around three days.
Omari told the Daily Dot that no actual charges have been filed, only alleged charges.
In addition to Omari, another person with ties to Lizard Squad, someone going by "Ryan," is reportedly being investigated by the FBI in connection to the gaming network outages.
Further details are not available at this time, due in part to the New Year holiday. GameSpot will continue to track this story as new details become available.
الترجمة باختصار و بلهجة محلية
انه تم القبض على طفلين من اطفال السحلية
واحد في فيلندا و عمره 17 سنة
و الثاني في بريطانيا و يسمى عمري ي عمري و عمره 22 سنة
و جميعهم مشبوهين فيه قضية الهجوم اللي صار في عيد الكفار
طبعا عمري يقول الشرطة سحبت مني كل شي جوالاتي و الاكس بوكس و كمبيوتراتي و من هالخرابيط
و الحين هم مسجونين على ذمة التحقيق
السحالي ناشرين هذي التويتات
و في الختام
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