Tapping at keyboards, cybercriminals can scour the globe for victims, and ‘the United States really has the biggest bullseye on its forehead,’ says the chief of the criminal division of the Justice Department. Photo taken Oct. 5, 2016
Tapping at keyboards, cybercriminals can scour the globe for victims, and ‘the United States really has the biggest bullseye on its forehead,’ says the chief of the criminal division of the Justice Department. Photo taken Oct. 5, 2016 Josh Loock McClatchy
Tapping at keyboards, cybercriminals can scour the globe for victims, and ‘the United States really has the biggest bullseye on its forehead,’ says the chief of the criminal division of the Justice Department. Photo taken Oct. 5, 2016 Josh Loock McClatchy

How global is cybercrime? One recent prosecution involved 40 countries

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