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Ukrainian Charged In Theft of 2M E-mails

mail_TaxisGreek police arrested a 47-year-old Ukrainian who owned an electronics shop in the center of Athens and charged him with stealing 2 million e-mails from the Taxis system, which had been even grouped and classified according to their commercial interest and were then sold separately or altogether in companies. Investigators haven’t precluded whether a tax office employee was involved.
A digital research pattern from Cyber ​​Crime officers , identified the suspect as the sender of messages as well. In a survey carried out by the Cyber ​​Crime Unit, with the participation of Personal Data Protection Authority specialists, five internal hard drives up to 250, 300, 1000, 15000 and 1500 GB respectively, were found and seized. He was reportedly taken before a prosecutor.
Earlier this year, a 35-year-old was arrested for having the digital data of more than nine million people in his possession, such as IDS, addresses, tax identification number as well as vehicle registration numbers.

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