Taking a quick break from his "high tech house arrest," WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange attended a procedural hearing at the secured Belmarsh Magistrates' Court on Tuesday. The meeting was to determine a court date for Assange's extradition hearing, where it will be decided if he is to go to Sweden to face charges of sexual assault. In a speedy court appearance, where reporters were allowed to Tweet, a judge adjourned the hearing to February 7 and 8 and also made some minor changes to Assange's bail conditions. The 39-year-old Australian is now able to stay at Britian's Frontline Club, which was his London address. This will allow for an easier commute to the Belmarsh court, rather than his East England mansion in Norfolk.