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Cybercrimes

Why You Should Never Send Nudes to Anyone Over the Internet

Sextortion, to put it simply, is blackmailing someone for money after tricking them into sending nude photos during an intimate conversation. The criminal threatens to splatter the nudes to close friends and family of the victim unless he or she pays up. Most of the time, the victim is a male, and the criminal is a female or a male pretending to be a female. In many instances, police uncovered that females were being held at gunpoint and forced to play roles in these types of crimes.

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Cybercrimes

International Police Hunting for Cybercriminals Using Guyanese Number

International Police are now on the hunt for a cybercriminal or criminals using a Guyanese number to cyberbully and extort people. One of the victims, who resides in the USA, has paid Interpol a huge sum of money to take down the criminal. Police are now using high tech devices to try to track the criminals’ location. They say they plan to shoot the criminal upon sight. Police say they have located the criminal to a 5 mile radius. It is now only a matter of time before they zero in on the exact location and take down the criminal.

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Sextortion and Other Forms of Cybercrimes are Difficult for Police to Fight

Sadly there are hungry people all over the world. Some of these hungry people are also evil. There are those who start a business, get a job, or pursue an education to change their realities, but others turn to a life of crime. That’s why there are so many criminals roaming the streets at night and hiding in dark alleyways. These people do not have the ability or choose not to earn money in the correct way. They choose a life of crime. Some of them rob at gunpoint, break into buildings, and steal when no one is looking. Crime takes many forms. But with the rise of internet technology, new forms of crimes have surfaced. These crimes are called “cybercrimes” because they take place in “cyberspace.” But despite being virtual in nature, they are none the less deadly.

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