Europol Operation Nets High-Profile Darknet Vendors

Europol has apprehended at least 150 dark web high-profile vendors during their Operation DarkHunTOR. DarkHunTOR involved operatives and local operations in Australia, Bulgaria, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Among the 150 suspects, …

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Cyberattack Cripples Iranian Smart Fuel Stations

A cyberattack has paralyzed the Iranian smart fuel distribution network and caused massive transport disruptions. “The disruption at the refueling system of gas stations… in the past few hours, was caused by a cyberattack.Technical experts are fixing the problem and …

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Facebook Found to Have Failed in Curbing Divisive Content in India

Leaked documents have suggested that Facebook in India has been selective in restricting hate speech, disinformation, and provocative messages, notably anti-Muslim content, even as its own workers cast doubt on the company’s objectives and goals. The leaked documents have shown …

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China Battles New COVID-19 Surge as Winter Olympic Games Draw Near

China faces another COVID-19 surge as the Beijing Winter Olympics is coming. Chinese authorities have placed the country under strict stay-at-home protocol as the COVID-19 cases increase in China. Residents of Beijing were instructed not to leave the city unless …

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Venezuela Reopens Borders, Colombia Braces for Migrant Influx

Aid workers in Colombia said shelters are now preparing for the influx of impoverished migrants arriving on foot after President Nicolas Maduro reopened the Venezuelan’s side of the border with Colombia early this month.  “Without doubt, this reopening is going …

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