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    First Arrest Made Using Forensic Gait Analysis

    In a report from Nashville, 3 armed men robbed a liquor store near the Alabama state line in Jan. 2017. Police investigating the robbery had surveillance video, but that showed no identifying features as the suspects were wearing masks, and no idea what vehicle they were in. Police decided to...
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    Pirates Pirating Pirates In Predicament

    Six people said to be the administrators of 'pirate' movie site Tinymoviez have been arrested by Iranian authorities, reports TorrentFreak. The difference in this case is since Iran has no copyright agreements with the United States, it's possible to be licensed by the state to legally pirate US...
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    MIT Ph.D Busted For Insider Trading Because He Searched How To Do It

    The Department of Justice announced in a press release that they are charging Fei Yan with insider trading charges. Fei Yan allegedly repeatedly traded on confidential corporate information obtained from his spouse, a lawyer at an international law firm. Some of these trades followed online...
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    Alleged Spam King Pyotr Levashov Arrested

    Pyotr Levashov, allegedly one of the worlds most notorious spam kings, operator of the Waledac botnet, and moderator of the spam subsection in multiple online communities, like SPAMdot under the forum handle Severa has been arrested in Spain under an international warrant requested by the FBI...
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    FBI Arrests Man in Seizure-Inducing Tweet to Dallas journalist Kurt Eichenwald

    The FBI has arrested a man allegedly responsible for targeting Dallas journalist Kurt Eichenwald with a seizure inducing tweet. As we reported back in December, the Man had previously been sued by Vanity Fair for the attack. The man reportedly faces federal charges, and is also expected to be...
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    Russian Police Arrest Lurk Malware Gang Suspects

    If you enjoy seeing malware suspects cuffed, on the floor, and in their underwear, have we got one for you! Russian police just completed their second wave of arrests in a coordinated action to move on the Lurk malware gang, allegedly responsible for using a botnet to target corporate accounts...
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    South Korea Prosecutor Seeks Arrest of Samsung Chief for Bribery

    You would have figured that these guys at Samsung made enough money after selling all the SSDs, TVs, Phones (minus the ones that explode), and a gaggle of other things, to not have to worry about bribery and corruption. Maybe not.