Cyber crime ring responsible for $530m in global losses shut down

Nicholas Fearn
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Thirty-six arrested over alleged identity fraud ring run from Ukraine

Law enforcement agencies around the world have shut down what they claim was one of the world's biggest cyber crime rings, behind as much as $530 million in consumer losses across the world.  Th...

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