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Chris Buckley, the teenager accused of using a BT 0800 number to access the Web without permission, yesterday had his case adjourned to December. The 18-year-old had his appearance at Corby Magistrates Court, Northamptonshire, put back to December 3 to enable his solicitor to take instructions. Buckley, from Oundle, Northamptonshire, allegedly used a BT freephone number to access the Net without authorisation or permission. He faces three charges: gaining unauthorised access to the Internet; posting material on newsgroups that may have caused "an annoyance"; and using profanities. ® Fraud charges follow abuse of BT 0800 test number BT fraud letter outed as a fake 22,000 people and the 08004u security lapse

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