The FBI Has Made Over 100 Arrests Related to the Capitol Riot

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Investigations related to the Capitol Building riots — including how officers were caught off guard from an incident planned by an online one — will last for at least months. But thanks to more than 140,000 tips and a remarkable number of attendees for filming and photographing themselves and others during the January 6 events, and then posting those videos and photos on social media, the Justice Department has already Has made more than 100 arrests. FBI director Christopher Ray said this week that the agency had more than 200 content files open, so expect this work to continue for some time.

One of the largest illegal dark web marketplaces after DarkMarket was Predecessors like alphabay, Laughed, And Wall street market Everyone was taken down. This week, however, authorities caught up with Darkmaker, seizing more than 20 servers in Moldova and Ukraine in the process. Before its demise, DarkMarket had 500,000 users, more than 2,400 vendors, and hosted $ 170 million in cryptocurrency transactions. Arming the servers can make it easier for officials to track down DarkMarket participants – or follow where they set up the next shop.

Period and menstrual-tracking app Flow reached a proposed settlement with the FTC this week over its deceptive data-handling practices. While Flo told users that it would keep sensitive health data private, it actually passed it to Facebook and Google Analytics as well as others. Flo did not admit any wrongdoing, but privacy advocates hope the case indicates that the FTC is interested in cracking down on similar data usage issues elsewhere in the health care software industry.

People using death, taxes and Elon Musk’s name Scam bitcoin From people on Twitter; At least life has its own certainty. This time hackers have broken into verified accounts to promote an old-fashioned scam that claims Tesla is turning away billionaire cryptocurrency. Catch? You must send something first. Scammers raked in about $ 600,000 as of Thursday. When in doubt, please remember that nothing is free, especially when it is bitcoin on Twitter.

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