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Inside the Dark Mind of AlphaBay’s Alleged Founder

Alexandre Cazes, the alleged operator of darkweb marketplace AlphaBay, was a keeper of many secrets. And we’ll never know all of them.

Cazes reportedly committed suicide… 317 more words

Tech

We’re on the Brink of an Authoritarian Crisis | New Republic

I hate to pat myself on the back and strut around the kitchen crowing, I told you so! because Ma Femme hates it when I do, and she makes me pay for it in the worst ways possible. 300 more words

ReBlogged

Rules??? Rules Are For Others ...

Note:  On Wednesday, 18 July, Donald Trump spoke with three New York Times reporters — Peter Baker, Michael S. Schmidt and Maggie Haberman — in an exclusive interview in the Oval Office for nearly an hour.   1,016 more words

Political Commentary

DOJ Shuts Down Online ‘Dark Market' Peddling Opioids, Guns, & Hacking Tools

The world of criminal marketplaces selling deadly drugs, counterfeit products, malware, and weapons just got a bit smaller: The Department of Justice says it’s shut down AlphaBay, what it calls the largest online “dark market.” 419 more words

Quality & Safety

Whistleblowers Will Receive $3.6M For Reporting Healthcare Company's False Medicare Claims

Less than a week after federal authorities conducted a massive crackdown on medical fraud, arresting more than 400 individuals, the Department of Justice announced that three Ohio-based healthcare companies and their executives would pay $19.5 million to resolve allegations they falsified Medicare claims for unnecessary services that allegedly harmed patients.  432 more words

Lawsuits

Second Circuit Ruling on HSBC Deferred-Prosecution Agreement Suggests Judges Are Potted Plants

When then-Judge John Gleeson ruled in early 2016 that the public had a right to see a report by an independent monitor on how HBSC was faring since it entered into a controversial five-year deferred prosecution agreement, he… 1,376 more words

White Collar Crime