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Topic - Grant Edwards
Before the court hearing Wednesday, Australian Federal Police manager Grant Edwards told reporters that Cecil "could have potentially caused considerable damage to Australia's national infrastructure by attacking the National Broadband Network."
"We'll allege that he's motivated by ego in his illegal hacking and proving his skills after complaining that he could not get work in the IT industry," Edwards said.