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U.K. Police Apologizes for Linking RIPE with Money Laundering

Jeremy Kirk of IDG News Service reports: "U.K. police have apologized over a recent public presentation that linked a nonprofit Internet registry [RIPE] with money laundering by a notorious group of Russian cybercriminal gangsters. The brouhaha started during a presentation by Andy Auld, head of intelligence of the e-crime department for the U.K.'s Serious Organized Crime Agency (SOCA), and Keith Mularski, supervisory special agent with the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation's Cyber Division, at the RSA security conference on Oct. 21..."

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