1. 3 former U.S. intelligence operatives to pay over $1.6 million to resolve mercenary hacking charges  NBC News
  2. 3 men charged in US in United Arab Emirates hacking scheme  Associated Press
  3. 3 Former U.S. Intelligence Operatives Admit Hacking For United Arab Emirates  NPR
  4. Former US Intel Operatives Charged With Hacking on Behalf of UAE  The Daily Beast
  5. US charges American mercenary hackers over their work in UAE  The Guardian
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Three former U.S. intelligence operatives, who went to work as mercenary hackers for the United Arab Emirates, or UAE, faced federal charges of conspiring to violate hacking laws.The men worked for the United Arab Emirates and faced federal charges of conspiring to violate hacking laws, the Justice Department said Tuesday.

3 former U.S. intelligence operatives to pay over $1.6 million to resolve mercenary hacking charges

The defendants have agreed to pay nearly $1.7 million to resolve criminal charges that they provided sophisticated hacking technology to the United Arab Emirates.The defendants have agreed to pay nearly $1.7 million to resolve criminal charges that they provided sophisticated hacking technology to the United Arab Emirates.

Former U.S. Intelligence Operatives Admit Hacking For UAE : NPR

WASHINGTON (AP) — Three former U.S. intelligence and military operatives have admitted providing sophisticated computer hacking technology to the United Arab Emirates and agreed to pay nearly $1.7 million to resolve criminal charges in an agreement that the Justice Department described Tuesday as the first of its kind. WASHINGTON (AP) — Three former U.S. intelligence and military operatives have admitted providing sophisticated computer hacking technology to the United Arab Emirates and agreed to pay nearly $1.7 million to resolve criminal charges in an agreement that the Justice Department described Tuesday as the first of its kind.

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The three men, all former NSA operatives, were allegedly recruited by the UAE to hack and surveil other governments and enemies of the state.The three men, all former NSA operatives, were allegedly recruited by the UAE to hack and surveil other governments and enemies of the state.

Former U.S. Intel Operatives Charged With Hacking on Behalf of UAE

Three former U.S. intelligence operatives, who worked as mercenary hackers for the United Arab Emirates, agreed to pay fines of $1.685 million and cooperate with federal prosecutors to avoid trial, the Justice Department said on Tuesday.Three former U.S. intelligence operatives, who worked as mercenary hackers for the United Arab Emirates, agreed to pay fines of $1.685 million and cooperate with federal prosecutors to avoid trial, the Justice Department said on Tuesday.

Ex-U.S. intelligence operatives in UAE hacking case to cooperate with FBI | Reuters

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Members of the U.S. intelligence community and military have reached a deferred prosecution agreement over their role in an overseas cyber-mercenary business.Members of the U.S. intelligence community and military have reached a deferred prosecution agreement over their role in an overseas cyber-mercenary business.

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A newly unsealed court filing reveals more links between the UAE's Project Raven hacking operation and U.S. companies.A newly unsealed court filing reveals more links between the UAE's Project Raven hacking operation and U.S. companies.

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Three defendants agree to pay $1.68m in penalties after criminal investigation by US Justice Department.Three defendants agree to pay $1.68m in penalties after criminal investigation by US Justice Department.

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Three former U.S. intelligence and military operatives have agreed to pay nearly $1.7 million to resolve criminal charges that they provided sophisticated...Three former U.S. intelligence and military operatives have agreed to pay nearly $1.7 million to resolve criminal charges that they provided sophisticated...

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US charges American mercenary hackers over their work in UAE | US news | The Guardian

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Former U.S. operatives agree to $1.68M settlement over mercenary hacking charges | TheHill

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Former U.S. operatives agree to $1.68M settlement over mercenary hacking charges | TheHill

Three former U.S. intelligence and military operatives agreed to pay a fine of nearly $2 million and admitted providing sophisticated computer hacking technology to the UAE.Three former U.S. intelligence and military operatives agreed to pay a fine of nearly $2 million and admitted providing sophisticated computer hacking technology to the UAE.

Trio of former US spies admit they provided hacking technology to the United Arab Emirates | Daily Mail Online

Breaking News, Latest News and Current News from OANN.com. Breaking news and video. Latest Current News: U.S., World, Entertainment, Health, Business, Technology, Politics, Sports.By Christopher Bing and Joel Schectman WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Three former U.S. intelligence operatives, who worked as mercenary hackers for the United Arab Emirates, agreed to pay fines of $1.685

Ex-U.S. intelligence operatives in UAE hacking case will cooperate with FBI to avoid prosecution | One America News Network

DOJ Allows Former Intel, Military Who Hacked For Foreign Country To Pay To Escape Prosecution | The Daily Wire

WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Three former U.S. intelligence operatives, who worked as mercenary hackers for the United Arab Emirates, agreed to pay fines of $1.685 million and cooperate with federal prosecutors to avoid trial, the Justice Department said on Tuesday. Defendants Marc Baier, Ryan Adams, and Daniel Gericke were part of a clandestine unit named Project Raven, first reported by Reuters https://www.reuters.com/investigates/special-report/usa-spying-raven, that helped the United Arab Emirates spy on its enemies. The three entered into an agreement, known as a deferred prosecution agreement, with U.S. prosecutors who accused them of conspiring to violate hacking laws, the Justice Department said in court documents filed on Tuesday.WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Three former U.S. intelligence operatives, who worked as mercenary hackers for the United Arab Emirates, agreed to pay fines of $1.685 million and cooperate with federal prosecutors to avoid trial, the Justice Department said on Tuesday. Defendants Marc Baier, Ryan Adams, and Daniel Gericke were part of a clandestine unit named Project Raven, first reported by Reuters https://www.reuters.com/investigates/special-report/usa-spying-raven, that helped the United Arab Emirates spy on its enemies. The three entered into an agreement, known as a deferred prosecution agreement, with U.S. prosecutors who accused them of conspiring to violate hacking laws, the Justice Department said in court documents filed on Tuesday.

Ex-U.S. intelligence operatives in UAE hacking case will cooperate with FBI to avoid prosecution

WASHINGTON (AP) — Three former U.S. intelligence and military officials have admitted...WASHINGTON (AP) — Three former U.S. intelligence and military officials have admitted...

3 former US officials charged in UAE hacking scheme

WASHINGTON >> Three former U.S. intelligence and military operatives have admitted providing sophisticated computer hacking technology to the United Arab Emirates and agreed to pay nearly $1.7 million to resolve criminal charges in an agreement that the Justice Department described today as the first of its kind.

3 former U.S. officials charged in United Arab Emirates hacking scheme | Honolulu Star-Advertiser

The US accused Marc Baier, Ryan Adams and Daniel Gericke of sharing critical US defense technology and secrets with government agencies in the UAE and at least one unnamed private company | World NewsThe US accused Marc Baier, Ryan Adams and Daniel Gericke of sharing critical US defense technology and secrets with government agencies in the UAE and at least one unnamed private company

Former US intelligence agents admit giving defense secrets to UAE | World News - Hindustan Times