The 18-year-old autistic hacker behind the Grand Theft Auto VI has been sentenced to LIFE in a hospital prison, according to reports. Is this a fair punishment, or overkill? Has the leak affected the interest in Grand Theft Auto VI? Probably not, given the views the trailer have racked up…
Arion Kurtaj, the 18-year-old hacker responsible for leaking footage from Grand Theft Auto VI, has been sentenced to an indefinite hospital order in the U.K. This decision was influenced by Kurtaj’s autism diagnosis, his expressed desire to continue committing cybercrimes, and reported violent behavior while in custody. The court determined that he would remain in a secure hospital until deemed no longer a danger. Kurtaj’s actions included hacking Rockstar Games and releasing 90 clips of the unreleased game, along with its source code, which garnered significant attention online.
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