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Working in concert with local authorities, the FBI has arrested a Russian hacker who’s suspected of attacking a target in the United States. 

The hacker’s name has not been released and there has been no official announcement of what hack the man may be tied to. ABC News claimed the suspect is connected to a major hack of LinkedIn.  

Sources: Suspect in major hack of LinkedIn arrested in Prague, US officials now looking to extradite him to face federal charges in US court

— Mike Levine (@MLevineReports) October 19, 2016 Read more…

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