Interpol breaks business email compromise centres

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Criminals are turning to social media to run human trafficking operations
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Criminals are turning to social media to run human trafficking operations

Agencies in 76 countries arrested 2,000 people and recovered millions of dollars.

A mass operation coordinated by Interpol has seen about 2,000 people arrested and $50 million seized as law enforcement agencies raided call centres around the world. Interpol has coordinated it...

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