Police raids target cyber-criminals in four countries: Germany


  • TECH
  • Thursday, 07 Apr 2016

Partners, for now: China and the US have come to a tentative agreement on guidelines for requesting assistance on cyber crime, said US officials.

BERLIN: Police have launched raids against 170 suspected cyber-criminals across Germany and in the Netherlands, France and Canada, German authorities said, announcing the arrest of a 22-year-old chief suspect. 

The coordinated multi-national raids by some 700 police early April 6 targeted “globally active hackers and a variety of Internet criminals,” said prosecutors and police in the western city of Koblenz. 

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