Officers foil fraudsters from stealing €40 million in payment card scam | Europol Newsroom

By Europol Newsroom – November 26, 2020

Carding Action 2020, an operation led by law enforcement agencies from Italy and Hungary and supported by the UK and Europol, targeted fraudsters selling and purchasing compromised card details on websites selling stolen credit card data, known as card shops, and dark web marketplaces.

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20 arrests in QQAAZZ multi-million money laundering case |Europol Newsroom

Europol Newsroom – Oct 15, 2020

An unprecedented international law enforcement operation involving 16 countries has resulted in the arrest of 20 individuals suspected of belonging to the QQAAZZ criminal network which attempted to launder tens of millions of euros on behalf of the world’s foremost cybercriminals. 

Some 40 house searches were carried out in Latvia, Bulgaria, the United Kingdom, Spain and Italy, with criminal proceedings initiated against those arrested by the United States, Portugal, the United Kingdom and Spain. The largest number of searches in the case were carried out in Latvia in operations led by the Latvian State Police (Latvijas Valsts Policija). Bitcoin mining equipment was also seized in Bulgaria.

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5G technology is rolling out with no safety studies — NaturalHealth365 – August 8, 2019

(NaturalHealth365) Ready or not, 5G technology is bearing down upon all of us. 

This “new” form of wireless technology (which will utilize untested, untried frequencies) is touted as a necessary step for the implementation of the “Internet of Things” – a linked system of homes, businesses and hospitals that will connect everything from household appliances to dialysis machines.

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The FBI Dropped The Child Porn Case In Order To Protect The TOR Exploit — July 1, 2017

The United States government is dismissing a case against a criminal who was caught accessing a child porn website because the United States Department of Justice does not want the world to know how they were able to catch that paedophile. The United States versus Jay Michaud is the official title of the case. The…

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