The group has waged several high profile attacks against major organizations like Sony and the CIA since forming in 2011.
The alleged hacker is charged with two counts of "unauthorized modification of data to cause impairment" and one count of "unauthorized access to restricted data," which has him looking at up to 12 years in prison.
Read the Australian police statement here.
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