U.S. court finds Russian hacker Seleznev guilty of cyber crime
The court’s session took place in Seattle
Roman Seleznev, Russian hacker and the son of Russian MP, has been found guilty of cybercrime.
The jury court ruled that he was behind the well-organized hacking scheme that was active in 2008-2014, until his arrest by the U.S. secret service in the Maldives.
The prosecution put Seleznev as a skillful hacker who ‘orchestrated an international scheme that resulted in about $170 million in fraudulent credit card purchases’, as quoted by AP.
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