US racketeering law enters the world of cybercrime

A Las Vegas court convicted a cybercriminal under RICO (Racketeering Influenced Corrupt Organizations Act) law last week, in what may well turn out to be a landmark case.
The US RICO law allows for anyone found guilty of racketeering offences, if seen to be part of organized criminal activity, to be subject to extra-heavy jail terms and fines, and implicitly extends responsibility for crimes committed by any gang member to any other member of the same organisation.

US racketeering law enters the world of cybercrime | Naked Security

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Retired PC Consultant, Education Certificate Novel Networking installation and configuration. PC Repair Configuration and Networking. Commercial Pilot, Avid RVer. Enjoy Traveling with my Wife in our Travel Trailer. South in the winter Az, Texas, and summers in Utah
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