Spain detains Russian over US vote ‘hacking’

Spain detains Russian over US vote ‘hacking’

A Russian computer expert was remanded in custody in Spain on Monday on suspicion of involvement in alleged hacking of the US presidential election campaign, a legal source said. Piotr Levachov, who was arrested on Friday, has been singled out by the United States for extradition in a request which is due to be examined by Spain`s national criminal court, the source said.

Source : PTI

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