Mohammed Abdullah Azam, the 32 year-old computer programmer from Luton arrested over alleged terrorist activities, has been remanded in custody under section 58 of the Terrorism Act 2000.
Following his appearance at Bow Street Magistrates' Court yesterday he was ordered to remain in custody and will appear in court again on 26 September.
Azam is accused of possessing information deemed useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism.
The Terrorism Act 2000, which came into force in February this year, allows for suspects to be held for a maximum of seven days without charge.
An extension of up to five days can be granted by a magistrate after the initial 48 hours.
Police arrested four men in total following a raid on Azam's flat on Sunday. The three other men, in their twenties, were released without charge.
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