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Russian National Pleads Guilty for $568 Million Cyber Fraud

WorldNews Tuesday, 30 June 2020 ()
Russian National Pleads Guilty for $568 Million Cyber FraudSergey Medvedev, a Russian national, has pleaded guilty in the United States for his in cybercrime with an actual loss of $568 million. The 33-year old pleaded guilty last week before the US District Court for Nevada. He admitted that he founded and operated Infraud Organization, an international cybercrime organization offering the sale of credit cards...
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