US authorites have arrested seven suspects accused of stealing millions of dollars from two Middle Eastern banks. Prosecutors are calling the scheme a "21 century bank heist."
Germany's Federal Criminal Police Office says that economic harm from organized crime has declined considerably. But the number of crimes remained constant, and criminals are always on the lookout for new opportunities.
Lack of awareness, outdated ATMs and less-secure cards make the country an easy target for criminal gangs. Could the rise in fraud cases deter Indians from endorsing their leader's cashless pitch?
Tens of thousands of users of the Infraud network reportedly ripped off consumers for $530 million over seven years. US authorities have already arrested 13 of the group's ringleaders.
For computer scientist Hany Farid, developing image analysis tools that can stop illegal content online is not enough. He says we all need to take responsibility, not least the companies that lobby and lie hard.
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