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Hacker Michael Richo, who was arrested on October 5, 2016, has admitted that he stole a total of $365,000 worth of Bitcoin from darknet marketplaces.
Bitcoin ethical hacking shed some light on FBI murder case of Mrs. Amy Allwine which resulted in arrest of the real suspect.
Both CFTC and FBI are requesting for additional funding of $31mln and $21mln, respectively, to intensify their efforts to combat Blockchain-related issues.
About 2673 cybercrime complaints were submitted according to IC3’s report. Losses connected to such cybercriminal activities reported to be in $1.3 bln.
The suspicion that some U.S. government agencies may be targeting Bitcoin users seems to be addressed.
As the European Drug Report 2016 comes out, CoinTelegraph speaks to Peter Todd about Monero, the decriminalization of Bitcoin and the right to protect one’s privacy.
Recent events and developments tend to prove right the decision of Apple not to grant backdoor access to the FBI so as to enable them access the privacy of users.
Nigel Farage, the former Ukip leader's closest aide George Cottrell is in custody in the US awaiting trial on 21 charges including attempted extortion, money laundering and fraud.
From relying on ‘ethical hackers’ to seeking the attention of the FBI and Interpol, scam victims are bent on seeing justice done as many lost huge sums of money invested in HashOcean which suddenly disappeared.
Will a group claiming to be hackers be able to rescue scammed miners who invested in the HashOcean mining company with their latest moves?
Tor developer Isis Agora Lovecruft has fled the US after being visited by the FBI special agents, in search of her assistance in a criminal hacking investigation.
CoinTelegraph highlights some recent events overlooked by the Bitcoin industry that immediately precipitated the announcement including an FBI “playbook” and European seizure survey.
Diamond, which is believed to be an online alias of an unknown corrupt FBI agent, has been threatening to kill Silk Road Architect Variety Jones and torture Ross Ulbricht’s mother and sister
Two alleged operators of underground bitcoin exchange Coin.mx have been arrested at their homes in Florida by the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) last Tuesday.
Motherboard has pieced together that the FBI likely used Hacking Team software to de-anonymize a user of the anonymizing Tor software.
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