A British teenager suspected of being a mastermind behind a notorious international computer hacking group has been arrested in a swoop by the FBI and Scotland Yard. Lulz Security has claimed responsibility for a number of online security breaches at organisations including Britains Serious Organised Crime Agency, the US Senate and the CIA, as well as the games firms Nintendo and Sony. A 19-year-old man was arrested in a 'pre-planned intelligence-led operation in Wickford, Essex, the Metropolitan Police said. He is being questioned under the Computer Misuse Act and Fraud Act. He was arrested by officers from the forces e-crime unit. BBC