It's the first time a female police officer has ever been jailed in the Australian state of Victoria.
Arrested in Hyderabad on Monday, the man was taking advantage of a ballooning black market for COVID-19 antibodies.
Wednesday's massive Twitter hack wasn't the first time the platform has grappled with cryptocurrency scams or compromised verified accounts. Far from it.
Indian cops have since summoned 18 celebrities who allegedly used these services.
The scam casts doubt on not just official figures of coronavirus patients in the region, but also people’s confidence in the testing process.
The Twitter accounts for Biden, Uber, Elon Musk, Mike Bloomberg, and more, all solicited bitcoins from their followers on Wednesday.
Spotify says Jake Noch "[generated] hundreds of millions of fraudulent streams" and engaged in "title track parasitism" among other fraudulent practices on its platform.
A VICE UK investigation reveals that fraudsters are taking over accounts to flog Nintendo Switches, Animal Crossing consoles and AirPods to unsuspecting buyers – only to disappear once payment is made.
“There's a sense of complacency that can develop if you feel like, ‘Oh yeah, my grandma is vulnerable to this stuff, but I'm not.'"
The series will be based on ABC Radio's podcast about the disgraced med-tech company.
Retirees have allegedly been duped out thousands to attend and compete in dancing competitions that never happened.
You've probably got used to ignoring them, but this is what happens if you click and keep on clicking.