A $200,000 Internet Fraud: Will Anyone Investigate?

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"This [MLAT] process often takes months, and it's widely accepted that the MLAT structure is opaque and under too much stress due to the volume of requests," writes Dan Jerker B. Svantesson, a professor in the Faculty of Law at Bond University in Brisbane, in The Conversation.

Period9 Dec 2019

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  • TitleA $200,000 Internet Fraud: Will Anyone Investigate?
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletBank Info Security
    Media typeWeb
    Date9/12/19
    Description"This [MLAT] process often takes months, and it's widely accepted that the MLAT structure is opaque and under too much stress due to the volume of requests," writes Dan Jerker B. Svantesson, a professor in the Faculty of Law at Bond University in Brisbane, in The Conversation.
    PersonsDan Svantesson