Amber Rudd to announce £9 million fund to help police nab Dark Web hackers

Amber Rudd to announce £9 million fund to help police nab Dark Web hackers

Amber Rudd to announce £9 million fund to help police nab Dark Web hackers

The UK government will soon announce a fresh £9 million funding to enable the police forces to nab cyber criminals who use the Dark Web to buy and sell malware, firearms, and drug and use their anonymity to carry out cyber attacks on people, government institutions and private enterprises without fear of retaliation.

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