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The monitoring systems of the Federal Bureau of Investigation were alerted in 2010 of odd activity on the systems of Nasdaq Stock Market, which was consistent with malware actions.The incident was reported to the media in February 2011 and, according to some sources, the origin of the attack could have been in Russia.Recent piece of […]

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The Federal Bureau of Investigation doesnt think so. Criminals could use driverless cars to evade law enforcement, shoot cops from the back of the vehicle, and conduct tasks that require use of both hands or taking one’s eyes off the road which would be impossible today, according to an internal report obtained by The Guardian. Another […]

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(Reuters) – Several bitcoin exchanges including the now-defunct Mt. Gox received subpoenas from Manhattan federal prosecutors this winter as they look into possible ties between the exchanges and the online drug market Silk Road, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday, citing people familiar with the matter. The subpoenas to Mt. Gox demanded customer-transaction logs […]

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