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The company man: US glacial response to Nigeria’s detention of former IRS crypto investigator rankles federal agents


In a move that could send a chill among business people working overseas, a Nigerian court ruled on Friday that a former American IRS investigator, Tigran Gambaryan, could stand trial on behalf of his employer, the crypto currency exchange Binance, and denied his request for bail. Gambaryan has been held in Nigeria since February. Dina Temple-Raston, host and managing editor of the Recorded Future News podcast “Click Here,” has been following the story for months and explains.

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Spyware found on phones in Jordan

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Holding Russia accountable for war crimes

Conflict & Justice
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Saving Ukraine’s cultural heritage with a click

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Exclusive: Inside Ukraine’s secret drone factories

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‘The hijab will never be the same,’ protester in Iran says


The death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini in Iran has ignited the most powerful protests the country has seen in years. “Click Here” spoke to one protester who discussed the dangers of using social media and technology while participating in street demonstrations.

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What comes after Hydra, the darknet marketplace that changed everything?


Dina Temple-Raston of the “Click Here” podcast spoke with Niko Vorobyov, the Russian author of Dopeworld and Kim Grauer, director of research at Chainalysis and an expert in cryptocurrency economics and crime, about Hydra, its closure in April and who or what is likely to replace it.

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Inside the IT Army of Ukraine, ‘A Hub for Digital Resistance’


The “Click Here” podcast spoke to The World about their extended interview with a high-ranking member of the pickup cyberforce called the IT Army of Ukraine. 

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Son of Conti: Ransomware tries its hand at politics


Dina Temple-Raston of the Click Here podcast spoke with Jorge Mora, Costa Rica’s former director of the Ministry of Science, Innovation, Technology and Telecommunications (MICITT) and Mario Robles, the CEO and founder of White Jaguars, a Costa Rican cybersecurity company that helped the San José government respond to the ransomware attack on the country.

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This Conservative Jewish camp took in hundreds of firefighters battling a fire in northern Georgia


Hundreds of firefighters from all over the country battled the Rock Mountain Fire in northern Georgia this autumn. And southern hospitality helped them win the battle against the blaze: a local Conservative Jewish camp opened its doors to these crews.