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Interpol Chief’s Identity Spoofed On Facebook

September 22nd, 2010 09:41 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

An anonymous reader writes “Ronald Noble, Interpol’s Secretary General, has revealed that cybercriminals have opened two fake Facebook accounts using his name and used them to gather sensitive information. ‘One of the impersonators was using this profile to obtain information on fugitives targeted during our recent Operation Infra Red,’ Noble said. ‘This Operation was bringing investigators from 29 member countries at the Interpol General Secretariat to exchange information on international fugitives and lead to more than 130 arrests in 32 countries.’”

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