Mail will be displayed in your inbox and your eyes will be expanded. APlease have your video of porn and seek $ 1,000.
There is contempt and shame. You go to your phone, but you ask yourself, "Who do you call yourself?"
Unfortunately, the answer to this question is complicated.
In fact, even the person in charge of law enforcement can not agree. Both the FBI and your local police are proposing to call it. However, experts often warn that the agency can not help, especially if the criminals are not seeking so much money.
This dynamic highlight emphasizes why this type of hacking, and really porn fraud, really happened, why it is starting to expand. There is no clear answer as to who should call. And, from the perspective of order power, many of these crimes are too small to be indicted. Not surprisingly, online thieves find ways to steal credit card information for millions of people, cyber attacks never happen on the web.
"If we hold down the dollar amount so that there is not enough money for the police to file a lawsuit, we can raise a lot of money from many people in the world," he said. Adam Binding Cybercrime unit chief of the US prosecution.
In some cases, these crimes may not involve hacking. An e-mail system that scammers threaten to threaten victims by making inboxes spam.
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