WASHINGTON – The United States have a global cyberfraudezaak resolved. The identity fraud more than 530 million dollars in damage caused to consumers, businesses and financial institutions, said the U.s. department of Justice Wednesday.
International authorities arrested thirteen suspects from the United States, Australia, the United Kingdom, France, Italy, Kosovo and Serbia. The American justice system complains in a total of 36 people in the fraud cases.
,,The indictments and arrests today mark one of the largest cyber fraud-prosecutions ever made by the ministry of Justice are undertaken,” said assistant attorney general John Cronan, without further details.