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The US has taken one more step in its war on cybercrime. Senators Kirsten Gillibrand, Democrat of New York, and Orrin Hatch, Republican of Utah, introduced the International Cybercrime Reporting and Cooperation Act. According to a press release about the … Continue reading

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Russia, long known as a haven for hackers and spammers, is finally taking steps to crack down on cybercrime. Over the last several years, the Russian government has frustrated officials from other nations by allowing organized cybercrime gangs operating in … Continue reading

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Over the past 10 years, cybercrime has been thrust into the government spotlight with new gusto. Although more attacks on government hardware have transpired than will ever be admitted, there are multiple public instances where other countries have bypassed US … Continue reading

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Domain names, the URLs you type into a browser to visit a particular website, are getting a new look as we move into 2010. What is good news for the international community, though, may bring a concomitant increase in the … Continue reading

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As cybersecurity concerns increasingly become front-page news, there is a burgeoning effort to combat cyberattacks with the same defensive tactics employed in traditional warfare. There is, however, a novel complication—finding the attackers in the first place—but should security efforts concentrate … Continue reading

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In the wake of Gmail cyber attacks by Chinese hackers, the prevalence of cybercrime has been thrust into the international spotlight. The question should be, though, why wasn’t it a hot topic before? Cybercrime encompasses any sort of crime having … Continue reading

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Over the past several years, Russia and China have been considered the world’s top cybercrime capitals, but a new haven for hackers and spammers might surpass these criminal cyber-hotspots in the near future. Statistics show that cybercrime is growing at … Continue reading

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The Council of the European Union is contemplating the creation of a cybercrime unit that would foster international cooperation on issues arising from technology-related matters. The centralized agency would bring together law enforcement agencies and other organizations dedicated to fighting … Continue reading

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