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  • Cybercrime is Rising So Don’t Fear Investigators, Federal Agencies Say
    Cybercrime is Rising So Don’t Fear Investigators, Federal Agencies Say

    The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) – part of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) – received nearly 1,000 reports of cybercrime and internet crimes each day in 2018. The dramatic amount of ...

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  • Crypto Crime in 2019: How Law Enforcement is Targeting Digital Currency
    Crypto Crime in 2019: How Law Enforcement is Targeting Digital Currency

    The end of 2018 may have seen the value of cryptocurrencies plummet from their unprecedented high the previous year, but sell-offs and market fluctuations haven't reduced interest in the future ...

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  • U.S. Lawmakers Propose Bills to Target Crypto Crime, Strengthen Digital Currency Market
    U.S. Lawmakers Propose Bills to Target Crypto Crime, Strengthen Digital Currency Market

    With the meteoric rise and fall (and now somewhat rise again) of the most recognizable cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, more Americans are aware of digital currencies. From anonymity, blockchain technology, ...

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  • 2020 Budget Proposal Makes Cybersecurity, Cybercrime Priorities
    2020 Budget Proposal Makes Cybersecurity, Cybercrime Priorities

    On Monday, March 11, 2019, the White House released its 2020 Budget Proposal. The federal government’s plan for Fiscal Year 2020, A Budget for a Better America , is a robust 150-page proposal packed ...

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  • Ian Friedman & Brad Wolfe Discuss Rule 41 in
    Ian Friedman & Brad Wolfe Discuss Rule 41 in "Attorney at Law" Magazine

    Attorney Ian Friedman and Law Clerk Brad Wolfe were given the opportunity to contribute a column to the latest edition of Attorney at Law Magazine. Thanks to their experience in the areas of computers ...

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  • Rule 41 Modification Grants Feds Ability to Hack Any Computer
    Rule 41 Modification Grants Feds Ability to Hack Any Computer

    A controversial expansion of government powers has granted the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) the ability to hack an unlimited number of civilian computers with just a single warrant, including ...

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