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How an Encrypted App Built by the FBI Ensnared Hundreds of Criminals Worldwide

For more than three years, alleged criminals used the encrypted phone network ANoM to communicate. But it was secretly a honeypot set up by the FBI. The U.S. law enforcement agency, along with Australia's Federal Police, Europol and New Zealand's police, were monitoring everything being transmitted. This included planning criminal acts such as drug trafficking and murder. On Tuesday, more than 200 people worldwide were arrested and millions of dollars seized.

How an Encrypted App Built by the FBI Ensnared Hundreds of Criminals Worldwide

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