FBI IC3 2012 Internet Crime Report

FBI IC3 2012 Internet Crime Report

The FBI Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) has released the 2012 Internet Crime Report — a summary of reported fraudulent activity, including data and statistics.

In 2012, the IC3 received and processed 289,874 complaints, averaging more than 24,000 complaints per month. Unverified losses reported to IC3 rose 8.3 percent over the previous year.
A new section in this year’s report includes charts for each of the 50 states detailing demographic, complaint, and dollar-loss data. The section allows for easy comparisons and convenient reference.
Additional content includes frequently reported Internet crimes, case highlights, and graphs that explain the lifecycle of a complaint. The most common complaints received in 2012 included FBI impersonation e-mail scams, various intimidation crimes, and scams that used computer “scareware” to extort money from Internet users.
The report gives detailed information about these and other commonly perpetrated scams in 2012.

Read the report here:

domenica 19 maggio 2013

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