Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Nigeria against internet crime

Nigeria has taken serious measures to combat international crime - law enforcement of this country have closed thousands of Web sites while the 18 people arrested in the action that is part of a new initiative that aims to save the reputation of this country and break the internet criminals. The program is called "Project Eagle Claw" has just begun but the Nigerian officials are expected to be fully operational next year. Nigerian Commission for economic and financial offenses described the initiative as an attempt to significantly reduce the number of Internet thieves and zlonamenrih users in this country. Nigeria is one of the countries of Africa in which the Internet developed.

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