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A Russian startup has launched serial production of unique life-like robots that not only look the way you want and mimic facial expressions but are also able to work for you.
And because there is often a foreign nexus to cyber crime, we are working closely with our international law enforcement partners. In fact, we’ve physically embedded FBI agents in foreign police agencies around the world to investigate cyber intrusion jointly, including in Estonia, the Netherlands, Romania, and Ukraine.
Each year, we are training and collaborating with approximately 500 foreign law enforcement officers from more than 40 nations in cyber investigative techniques.
Return on Investment
I’m pleased to say we’re having success. In 2010, we arrested 202 criminals specifically for cyber intrusion—up from 159 in 2009. In addition, our foreign law enforcement partners made dozens and dozens of arrests last year based on intelligence we’ve shared with them. And we obtained a record level of financial judgments for those cases in excess of $100 million.
Those arrests included five of the world’s top cyber criminals. Among them were the perpetrators of the financial services company intrusion I mentioned earlier, which resulted in one of the first hackers extradited from Estonia to the United States.
We also worked with our industry partners and our law enforcement counterparts in the Ukraine, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and elsewhere to apprehend those responsible for the ACH fraud scheme I talked about. Operation Trident Breach targeted more than 50 of the world’s most prolific cyber and organized crime subjects. We and our international partners carried out arrests, interviews, searches, and evidence seizures in 24 cities in 12 countries
Attorneys for victims of the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history say they’ve reached a settlement with MGM Resorts International that’s expected to pay between $735 million and $800 million.
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originally posted by: EndtheMadnessNow
And Trump is now at the stage where every single time they try to launch another FAKE scandal accusing him or his family of using his office to enrich himself, he's going to BOOMERANG IT RIGHT BACK ON THEM by pulling the Democrat families REAL corruption into the spotlight.
Dems & some R's are going to feel Thor's hammer.