DOJ Seeks Crypto Attorney Adviser
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The US Department of Justice is looking for a dark web and cryptocurrency international computer hacking and intellectual property attorney advisor.

According to a job listing, the advisor will focus on developing and administering technical and developmental assistance designed to improve the capabilities of foreign justice sector institutions and their law enforcement personnel.

The advisor will also work with the US Transnational and High-Tech Crime Global Law Enforcement Network (GLEN) program to support international capacity building aimed at countering cybercrime and intellectual property criminals in the context of transnational organized crime.

Coinbase is Selling its Blockchain Analysis Software to the US Secret Service

Earlier, iHodl reported that the US Major Cybercrime Unit wanted to add crypto tracking tools to its team.

According to a Statement of Work released on July 10, the US Army Criminal Investigation Command's Major Cybercrime Unit (MCU) was seeking tools to help it fight crypto-related crimes.

In particular, the MCU wanted a "web based application with the capability to assist law enforcement identify and stop actors who are using cryptocurrencies for illicit activity such as fraud, extortion and money laundering."

Meanwhile, the Federal Bureau of Investigation initiated an investigation into the attack on Twitter. The agency has reportedly contacted several companies, including Chainalysis and CipherTrace to assist with the investigation.

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