‘Syrian Electronic Army’ members face hacking charges

US authorities Tuesday unveiled criminal charges against three members of the so-called “Syrian Electronic Army,” which gained notoriety for hacking into news media outlets and making bogus social media posts. The Justice Departments said criminal indictments named Ahmad Umar Agha, 22 Firas Dardar, 27 and Peter Romar, 36, all Syrian nationals. Arrest warrants were issued for…