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Bomb threats demanding bitcoin hit Australia, New Zealand; police call it a ‘scam’

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Bomb threats demanding bitcoin hit Australia, New Zealand; police call it a ‘scam’Regulation enforcement businesses in Australia and New Zealand are investigating bomb danger emails won by way of some citizens, cyber safety officers stated on Friday, after an identical threats had been made in the US and Canada. READ MORE: ‘It becomes a nightmare’: the rise of the viral bomb threat and how it makes the job of police harder …
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Bitcoin plummeted more than 6% to near $3,300 a coin on Thursday. Business Inside reports the New York Police Department said that bomb threats were emailed around the country Thursday afternoon along with a demand for bitcoin. The NYPD said in a tweet, "Please be advised - there is an email being...

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