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               A large cyber-crime network was taken down, in the wake of a joint operation between Europe and the US. Yem individuals from Russia, Europe, and several states that broke off from the Soviet Union, were indicted in a Pittsburgh court, and were charged with mass financial theft, infection of 400,000 computers, and the theft of 100 million dollars. 

       This is a milestone in a series of take-downs, including but not limited to, dark web marketplaces, large scale pedophile rings, and cyber-crime networks. This has been a joint effort between the US, the UK, and Europe. A spokesperson did state that if criminals can cooperate across borders, then so can law enforcement, in order to curb them and bring them to justice. 

       Original article can be found here.

                That was the news folks, have a good day, and stay safe out there.