washington - The United States has resolved a global cyber fraud case. The identity fraud has caused more than $ 530 million worth of damage to consumers, businesses and financial institutions, the US Department of Justice said Wednesday.
International bodies arrested thirteen suspects from the United States, Australia, the United Kingdom, France, Italy, Kosovo and Serbia. The American judiciary is suing 36 people in the fraud case.
'Today's charges and arrests highlight one of the biggest cyber fraud prosecutions ever undertaken by the Department of Justice,' said Attorney General John Cronan, without mentioning any further details.