Calvin Shivers of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) speaks during a Europol press conference in The Hague about one of the largest and most sophisticated law enforcement operations to date in the fight against encrypted criminal activities. Photo: EPA-EFE Calvin Shivers of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) speaks during a Europol press conference in The Hague about one of the largest and most sophisticated law enforcement operations to date in the fight against encrypted criminal activities. Photo: EPA-EFE
Calvin Shivers of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) speaks during a Europol press conference in The Hague about one of the largest and most sophisticated law enforcement operations to date in the fight against encrypted criminal activities. Photo: EPA-EFE
Crime

Over 800 arrested in FBI, Europol global sting using encrypted phones

  • ‘Operation Trojan Shield’ saw compromised AN0M devices secretly provided to criminal syndicates around the world
  • The operation prevented about 100 murders and foiled major drug shipments, officials said

Topic |   Crime
Calvin Shivers of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) speaks during a Europol press conference in The Hague about one of the largest and most sophisticated law enforcement operations to date in the fight against encrypted criminal activities. Photo: EPA-EFE Calvin Shivers of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) speaks during a Europol press conference in The Hague about one of the largest and most sophisticated law enforcement operations to date in the fight against encrypted criminal activities. Photo: EPA-EFE
Calvin Shivers of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) speaks during a Europol press conference in The Hague about one of the largest and most sophisticated law enforcement operations to date in the fight against encrypted criminal activities. Photo: EPA-EFE
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