Gary McKinnon, of London, remains Free on bail and could appeal the Decision to the House of Lords, according to a High Court spokesman.
The Briton is accused of deleting data and accessing information on 97 U.S. military and nasa computers between February 2001 and March 2002. He was charged in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of virginia and could Face up to 60 years in Prison.
McKinnon challenged an initial U.S. extradition Order in May 2006. His attorney fought the order on the grounds that his Client could be held as an "enemy combatant," a status the U.S. created for terrorism suspects. U.K. Home Secretary John Reid approved the extradition order, however, and McKinnon appealed again.