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CLEAR Takes on Amazon: Law Enforcement Group Urges Amazon to Join Industry Efforts to Stop Stolen Goods Sold Online

Amazon Falsely Boasts Of Collaboration With Law Enforcement As It Opposes Legislation That Would Stop Flow of Illicit Merchandise

CORAL SPRINGS, FL - The Coalition of Law Enforcement and Retail (CLEAR), a non-profit, non-partisan national association comprised of law enforcement and retail loss prevention professionals, today issued the following statement in response to Amazon's deceptive claims about the INFORM Consumers Act.

"Retailers and law enforcement officials work hand in hand to combat the organized criminal rings that target local businesses. To date, that same level of commitment has not been made by Amazon despite the flood of stolen goods that are fenced by criminal networks on their marketplace," said Ben Dugan, Coalition of Law Enforcement and Retail President. "Despite the obvious need for greater transparency on e-commerce platforms to identify fraudulent sellers and criminal elements, Amazon has chosen to ignore the problem, and fight legislative efforts that make it harder for criminal networks to operate in the shadows of the Internet."

In a blog post published on Amazon's website last month, the company made several false assertions about the INFORM Consumers Act, namely its impact on third-party sellers. Throughout the post, Amazon offered bolstering resources for law enforcement officials as a potential alternative to the marketplace transparency. However, in order for law enforcement to track criminal activity lurking online, we need to remove the anonymity that allows criminal networks to hide behind fake businesses information and changing screennames. Amazon's record of cooperating with law enforcement is also dubious at best, as was illustrated in a recent $50 million organized crime operation last year.

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Violence & Protests

Society's Pendulum - From Outrage to Scandal

The endless cycle of outrage and reform over policing in America
'The push to remake policing takes decades, only to begin again'

The Term Racial Profiling Coined by Reporter in 1988 Article about NJ State Police Technique

For decades, police misconduct and the use of controversial tactics have fueled cycles of outrage that have been followed by commissions, studies and orders or promises to reform. In 1929, the federal Wickersham Commission produced 14 volumes of reports documenting widespread police corruption, including the use of the "third degree" to extract confessions. Eighty-six years later, after the killing of a Black man, Michael Brown, by a White officer in Ferguson, Mo., the Obama administration convened the Task Force on 21st Century Policing, which produced 116 pages of recommended changes in U.S. law enforcement.

Last year, the deaths of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor at the hands of police renewed the calls for change.

Since then, more than 2,000 policing-related bills have been introduced nationwide, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures. In April, Maryland became the first state to repeal its powerful Law Enforcement Officers' Bill of Rights, a set of legislative protections that included scrubbing any record of complaints against an officer after a period of time. And in Congress, the Democrat-led House in March passed a bill named for Floyd that bars chokeholds and no-knock warrants; it is stalled in the Senate.

The Washington Post examined three historic firsts in policing reforms: the effort to stop racial profiling by troopers in New Jersey, the deployment of early-warning technology to identify troubled deputies in Los Angeles and the use of federal intervention to force change on police in Pittsburgh.

The legacies of these firsts reveal the difficulty of remaking law enforcement. At each agency, the attempts have been stifled by entrenched cultures, systemic dysfunction, shifts in leadership and swings in public mood. Outrage at officers' conduct eventually gives way to demands for aggressive enforcement when crime flares, and the cycle continues.

"Eventually, too many people get murdered, too many people get raped, and people start saying, 'Come on. Beef up the police,' " said former Los Angeles County sheriff's assistant chief Neal Tyler, who helped develop the first computerized early-warning system. "And we do that, and then slowly, eventually, we lose our resolve and the pendulum swings back the other direction, and there's a police scandal of epic proportions.

"Like clockwork." washingtonpost.com

'COVID Crime Wave' Plagues Atlanta - City Hiring 250 More Cops  
After historically deadly 2020, Atlanta homicides are up nearly 60% in 2021
Atlanta police have investigated 64 homicide cases in 2021, a 58% increase over this time last year. The surge follows a historically deadly 2020, when authorities investigated 157 homicide cases - the most in more than two decades.

Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms has referred to the spike in violence as a "COVID crime wave," but the city's death toll continues to mount as more Georgians get vaccinated and life returns to normal. As of June, Atlanta's murders are up and shootings have increased by 40%, according to the latest data. Meanwhile, overall arrests are down by by about 43% as Atlanta's police force remains about 400 officers below what's budgeted.

More than 200 officers quit the force in 2020, many after criminal charges were filed against the two involved in the deadly shooting of Rayshard Brooks and other officers who used their Tasers on two college students during last summer's protests downtown.

Since then, department leaders say morale is stabilizing and that they plan to hire 250 new officers in the next fiscal year beginning July 1.

The number of killings investigated by the ME's office each year rose gradually between 2017 to 2019, but there was a sharp increase starting last summer. Data show the number of homicides in the county jumped from 183 in 2019 to 255 last year, an increase of nearly 40%.

A disturbing trend

Crime in Atlanta has become a central issue in this year's race for City Hall, especially after Bottoms announced she would not seek reelection in the fall. Some have called for Buckhead residents to break away and form their own city, and state officials have started stepping in to address Atlanta's rise in crime.

Homicides are up in many cities across the nation, yet critics believe Atlanta has not done all it could to stem the rise in violent crime. Many saw Bottoms as slow to respond to the surge in killings, and momentum was building for opposition in November's election even before she dropped out of the race. ajc.com

Another Report Showing Mass Shooting-Domestic Violence Link
The Many Ways Domestic Violence Foreshadows Mass Shootings

How are these seemingly separate issues intertwined, and what can be done to save lives?

The San Jose gunman is far from an anomaly. Perpetrators of some of the country's deadliest shootings have had domestic violence charges, incidents, or allegations in their backgrounds. The man who killed 49 people at Pulse nightclub in Orlando in 2016 was abusive toward his ex-wife, who described frequent beatings. Five years before an Air Force veteran killed 26 people at a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, in 2017, he was court-martialed for attacking his then-wife and her infant daughter. The teenage perpetrator of the 2018 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, was reportedly abusive toward his ex.

A new study released late last month further solidifies the connection between domestic violence and a propensity for future, public acts of violence. Researchers from the Educational Fund to Stop Gun Violence and Johns Hopkins analyzed 110 gun murders of four or more people between 2014 and 2019 and found that in 68 percent of incidents, the perpetrator either killed an intimate partner or a family member, or had a history of domestic violence.

When that's the case, more people tend to die. The study, published in Injury Epidemiology, also found that mass shootings in which gunmen target an intimate partner or family member have a fatality rate that's just over 20 percentage points higher than other mass shootings. That could be because the victims are targeted by perpetrators with a clear intent, the researchers said, unlike gunmen who fire indiscriminately in a public place.

Understanding how rage can boil over into violence - and removing guns from people most likely to use them in acts of violence - should be a public policy imperative, the study's lead author told The Trace. "We know that past violence is the best predictor of future violence," said Lisa Geller, state affairs manager at Educational Fund to Stop Gun Violence, "and often that past violence is domestic violence." thetrace.org

Nearly 50% of Americans Concerned About Rising Crime
As Crime Concerns Rise, Lawmakers Jockey for Winning Argument
During Donald Trump's presidency, shootings began to increase, a trend that accelerated during the coronavirus pandemic. Homicide rates in large cities across the country increased by nearly a third in 2020, and have continued to climb so far this year.

The public is clearly concerned with violent crime: A Yahoo News/YouGov poll found 49% of Americans described violent crime as a "very big problem" in the country, a higher percentage than said the same of the economy, the COVID-19 pandemic or race relations.

Democrats are expecting the White House to highlight cities and states that are using American Rescue Plan funding to hire or retain police officers and to emphasize that Biden has proposed increasing funding for federal programs that help local governments hire officers in his budget and proposed funding for violence intervention programs as part of his infrastructure plan.

Democrats are also expected to emphasize that violent shootings have driven the crime increase ― preliminary numbers indicated many other types of crime actually fell during the pandemic ― and will to point Biden's efforts to clamp down on so-called "ghost guns" and his nomination of the first permanent director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms in nearly a decade.

While some progressive activists continue to push for large-scale cuts to police funding or the abolition of police departments, both ideas remain unpopular in public polling. huffpost.com

Monitoring Protesters on Social Media?
Cops Are Using Facebook to Target Line 3 Pipeline Protest Leaders, New Documents Reveal
Protests against Enbridge's Line 3 have been ramping up in Minnesota-and so has the response from authorities. A video went viral this week of a Department of Homeland Security helicopter sandblasting protesters following mass arrests. But some police tactics are far less visible while causing long-term hardship.

Police have turned to social media to target activist leaders and, in some cases, charge them with crimes, according to public records obtained by Earther.

The records, which include thousands of emails and documents from Enbridge, local law enforcement, and state authorities spanning from 2019 to 2021, show that sheriff's officers in one Minnesota county at the epicenter of the fight over the pipeline have used social media activity on at least one occasion to target key protesters weeks or months after protests take place with trumped up charges. gizmodo.com

Police say nearly 250 arrested in Minnesota pipeline protest

Minneapolis City Council committee recommends releasing $5M for police overtime

COVID Update

305.6M Vaccinations Given

US: 34.2M Cases - 614K Dead - 28.2M Recovered
Worldwide: 175.6M Cases - 3.7M Dead - 159.2M Recovered

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Covid-19 Deaths This Year Have Already Eclipsed 2020's Toll

As wealthy nations vaccinate, growing death tally underscores worsening divide between rich and poor countries

More people have died from Covid-19 already this year than in all of 2020, according to official counts, highlighting how the global pandemic is far from over even as vaccines beat back the virus in wealthy nations.

It took less than six months for the globe to record more than 1.88 million Covid-19 deaths this year, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis of data collected by Johns Hopkins University. The university's count for 2021 edged just ahead of the 2020 death toll on Thursday.

These numbers underscore a worsening divide between developed and developing nations as President Biden and the leaders of the other Group of Seven advanced economies prepare to gather in England to discuss next steps in the pandemic response.

The numbers collected by Johns Hopkins reflect official counts of Covid-19 deaths from nations around the world, adding up to a global tally that recently topped 3.7 million. Patchy recording of Covid-19 cases and deaths means the true toll is likely substantially higher, disease experts say.

Case Activity Flip Flops

The current burden of Covid-19 marks a reversal for rich and poor nations. At the turn of the year, Europe and North America accounted for 73% of daily cases and 72% of daily deaths as the virus roared back during fall and winter. Now, South America, Asia and Africa account for more than 80% of daily cases and three-quarters of daily deaths, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis of figures compiled by the University of Oxford's Our World in Data project. wsj.com

New OSHA Emergency workplace guidelines to apply only to healthcare setting
NGA Applauds OSHA Dropping Emergency Temporary Standard
Washington, D.C. - The National Grocers Association (NGA), the trade association representing the independent supermarket industry, applauds the decision this week by the Labor Department to drop its effort to implement burdensome and unnecessary emergency workplace COVID standards.

The rules, which have been under White House review since late April, had been expected to apply to all workplaces including supermarkets and create a regulatory and paperwork nightmare for independent grocers. But in the wake of intense industry pressure, the recent Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) masking guidance, and significant progress against the pandemic, the idea of imposing a new restrictive mandate on businesses became a tenuous proposition.

"With the end of the pandemic in sight, any tightening of COVID safety rules this late in the game would present an unnecessary burden to independent community grocers who have been proactive in adopting safety measures since the start of this crisis," said Chris Jones, NGA's senior vice president of government relations and counsel. "Kudos to the Biden administration for this good-sense move as America's businesses are trying to get back to normal." nationalgrocers.org

McKinsey and Company - Retail - Our Insights
COVID-19's Impact on One International Grocer

We're focused on the safety and mental well-being of our people

Sustainability and health are top of mind for today's grocery retailers:
An interview with Ahold Delhaize President & CEO Frans Muller

Ahold Delhaize's president and CEO explains how the Belgian grocer has prioritized employees' mental health, leveraged digital personalization tools to help consumers make healthy and sustainable food choices, and connected with the community through local initiatives.

McKinsey: What are the most interesting trends you've observed within the grocery retail industry over the past 12 months?

Frans Muller: We have seen accelerated growth in omnichannel across food and nonfood items, primarily because of the focus on safety and other retail businesses' closure. Many people who didn't shop online before are now making use of our local brands' online propositions as well, an indication of how the pandemic has provided extra fuel for omnichannel. For us, it is much more about omnichannel than online; it is about how you bring everything together, for example, under the umbrella of loyalty systems.

Over the past year, we grew online 57 percent in Europe and 105 percent in the US. To meet this demand, we added a lot of capacity. We initially maxed out on growth. So we focused on getting more capacity but also becoming more profitable.

Beyond that question, I observed three major shifts. First, COVID-19 spurred people to pay much more attention and higher priority to personal health, including healthy products, lifestyle, nutrition labelling, and ingredients, such as sodium, but also calories since obesity is a risk factor in COVID-19. Continue Reading

Mandatory Vaccinations Not Catching On - Yet
Maryland companies, retailers say they won't make COVID-19 vaccinations mandatory for workers, at least not yet
A day after Maryland hospitals said they would start requiring COVID-19 vaccinations as a condition of employment, businesses, retail associations and consumer groups in the state said they would not rush to make the same decision.

Companies said they will encourage staffers to get vaccinated, rather than demand they do, though it's not clear whether that will hold true if the COVID-19 vaccines win full federal approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

The debate about inoculation mandates comes as COVID-19 infections, deaths and testing positivity rates fall to new lows, and employers in Maryland and elsewhere wrestle with safely reintroducing workers and consumers back to offices and other public spaces.

Employers can legally require workers to be vaccinated, Bacharach said. But he said that doesn't mean every business, or even most, will. baltimoresun.com

52% of Americans Support Employer-Mandated Vaccines
Should employers mandate COVID vaccine proof?
Americans largely support COVID-19 vaccination proof requirements for travelers - particularly those who fly and travel internationally - but Americans are almost evenly divided on whether employers should force workers to show if they're vaccinated before returning to the workplace, a new poll shows.

Fifty-two percent of Americans support employer-mandated vaccines before people head back to work, and 48% are opposed, according to an Axios/Ipsos survey of more than 1,000 adults across the country. The June poll comes as vaccination totals rise and states lift precautionary measures following significant drops in new cases, hospitalizations and deaths - and as many businesses eager to shift to a post-pandemic normalcy struggle to find workers.

EEOC laws "do not prevent an employer from requiring all employees physically entering the workplace to be vaccinated for COVID-19," the agency said in an updated guidance on May 28. An employer mandate, however, would be subject to several regulations providing "reasonable accommodations" for those with disabilities or sincerely held religious beliefs or practices. Just 5% of the employed respondents said their bosses forced them to get their vaccine, the poll showed. masslive.com

California Lifting COVID Restrictions Next Week
LA County will align with state on post-June 15 coronavirus mask policies
Los Angeles County health officials reiterated Wednesday, June 9, that they will fully align with the state's newly announced guidelines for mask-wearing when the bulk of California's coronavirus restrictions are lifted next week.

The guidelines in general will allow fully vaccinated people to shed their masks in most situations, except while on public transit or in transportation hubs such as airports or train stations; while indoors at K-12 schools, child-care facilities or other youth settings; at health-care and long-term care facilities; at correctional facilities; and at homeless and emergency shelters. dailynews.com

Seattle hits COVID-19 '70%' vaccination milestone

FDA tells Johnson & Johnson to throw out about 60M doses made at troubled plant

CDC plans "emergency meeting" on rare heart inflammation following vaccines

Moderna asks FDA to clear Covid vaccine for adolescents 12 to 17


Using Shoppers to Improve Store Safety
Stores enlist shoppers to stop bad behavior against workers

A dozen retailers including Gap and H&M are collaborating on a campaign this fall to enlist customers to combat bad behavior against retail workers.

The campaign, spearheaded by nonprofits Open to All and Hollaback as well as the Retail Industry Leaders Association, comes as workers face increased harassment as they try to enforce social distancing and mask protocols during the pandemic. Among those who have been the targets of abuse are people of color, those with disabilities and those who identify as LGBTQ.

Calla Devlin Rongerude, director of Open to All, said the campaign is not asking customers to step in to physically stop altercations, but rather to help de-escalate the situation and show support for workers.

Participating retailers will have signage in their stores with QR codes, allowing customers to sign a pledge of support. There will also be a tool kit designed by Hollaback to show how customers can help, including how to create a distraction for the abuser as well as documenting the situation and bringing in someone else to help.

Even as the spread of COVID-19 slows, retailers fear abusive behavior will worsen as stores anticipate big crowds for the back-to-school and holiday seasons. With many states and businesses relaxing mask mandates and customers experiencing pandemic fatigue, workers worry about their safety.

The Open to All coalition is made up of about 600,000 businesses, mostly retail establishments, that have collaborated on training and hiring practices. It launched in 2018 with companies like Levi Strauss & Co. and Gap pledging not to discriminate against employees or customers based on race, sexual orientation, or other characteristics.

Chris Nelson, senior vice president of asset protection at Gap Inc., said the chain had seen an increase in incidents against store workers of color, though he couldn't disclose a number. abcnews.go.com

Nike's Mass Exodus

At least 20 executives have left Nike in the past 7 months and joined brands like Lululemon, Patagonia, and Everlane
Major brands are scooping up former long-time Nike executives. In the past seven months at least 20 Nike executives - including vice presidents and general managers - have left the company and have joined brands such as Patagonia, Lululemon, Everlane, and others.

Matthijs W. Visch worked at Nike for nearly 20 years before leaving in February and joining Patagonia as a general manager, where he runs the sports brand's business in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa regions. Natalie Hausia-Haugen worked at Nike for six years in a variety of people and culture roles before leaving to join Auth0, a secure-login-application company, in May as its head of diversity, equity and inclusion.

Some of these departures are likely a result of recent company-wide layoffs and a restructuring at Nike. Since CEO John Donahoe took the helm in January 2020, he has led the company in its transformation to a tech-first direct-to-consumer brand.

With its internal structure shifting, Nike laid off hundreds of employees across business sectors last summer and through the fall. Since then, several long-time executives have been tapped to head up business units at different and sometimes competing brands.

Nike is focusing more deeply on its direct-to-consumer business, which has diminished the importance of certain roles related to the company's shrinking wholesale business. businessinsider.com

The Scandalous History of Subway's Former CEO
Subway's cofounder pursued franchisees' wives, appeared in a shirtless calendar, and had a secret adopted child
Subway cofounder and long-time CEO Fred DeLuca became famous for his rags-to-riches story of building the brand into the largest restaurant chain in the world by location. But, behind the scenes, insiders say DeLuca's behavior could spark concerns.

A former employee who shared the calendar with Insider said the incident highlighted a lack of professionalism shown by DeLuca and others in the Milford, Connecticut headquarters.

Insiders said DeLuca engaged in other practices that they believed were inappropriate for a CEO. Two sources told Insider that DeLuca would pursue franchisees' wives at conventions. According to one long-time franchisee, the practice infuriated some, but DeLuca got away with it because many at Subway saw him as a "demigod."

"He always felt that he could go and he could approach any woman," at Subway conventions "because he was responsible for their husband's success in stores," a business associate said.

Ana said DeLuca got away with "infidelities" because his success and wealth trumped any bad behavior, even within his own family. She said, "Fred could do anything that Fred wanted to do and everybody would just agree, turn their head to the other side." businessinsider.com

Worked to Death: Those Extra Hours Can Kill You
Working Excessive Overtime Can be Deadly

New findings show that risk of heart disease and stroke increased significantly among people working 55 or more hours per week.

Working well over 40 hours per week can increase your risk of work-related disability and early death. In 2016, 745,000 people died from long working hours. That represents an increase of 29% since 2000, according to data from the World Health Organization (WHO) and International Labour Organization (ILO).

Specifically, they found that working 55 or more hours per week is associated with an estimated 35% higher risk of a stroke and a 17% higher risk of dying from ischemic heart disease compared to those working 35-40 hours a week.

Working long hours is now known to be responsible for about one-third of all work-related burdens of disease. It is the largest of any occupational risk factor calculated to date.

What's more, that risk has been increasing. Between 2000 and 2016, the exposed population increased by 9%, and the attributable burdens of death from ischemic heart disease and stroke increased by 42% by 19%, respectively. A majority of those deaths were men aged 60-79 who had worked for 55 hours or more per week between the ages of 45 and 74. ehstoday.com

Disguising Retail Price Increases
As retail prices rise, companies employ jargon to disguise it
For items including clothing, cereal and trash bags, prices are going up fast. But many companies aren't saying that, at least not in language most shoppers would recognize.

If you ask Pampers maker Procter & Gamble Co., it's not raising prices, it's "taking pricing." Rival Unilever, known for Dove soap and Axe body spray, says it's been "very active with pricing." The prize for creativity - so far at least - has been home-improvement retailer Lowe's Cos., whose finance chief told investors Wednesday that it was "elevating our pricing ecosystem."

The euphemisms illustrate the rhetorical backflips companies perform to avoid saying what they're actually doing - responding to soaring input and transportation costs, and protecting their profit margins, by making their products more expensive. The makers and sellers of consumer staples notched big stock gains last year, thanks to pandemic stockpiling, and are now under pressure to maintain that performance even as costs go up, labor markets tighten and they face extremely tough comparisons with last year's growth. latimes.com

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Risky Business: Open Season on Traveler Data
After a year of lockdowns, quarantines, and social distancing companies, and consumers alike have embraced online business like never before. According to Digital Commerce 360, U.S. eCommerce saw a 44% growth in 2020 and a current Longwoods International report shows that 87% of American travelers have travel plans in the next six months.

After a 45% decrease in total travel spending in 2020, the U.S. Travel Association predicts a return to pre-COVID numbers by 2024 and after the May 1 vaccine goal set by the current administration, over half of respondents in a Harris Poll survey say we will "return to normal" this summer. With the CDC recently lifting mask mandates, those 60% of respondents look to be in the right about our "normal" returning.

The increase in eCommerce and the return to normal for travel introduces more opportunity for an attack looking to increase its own footprint in the travel world.

The foundation of a Magecart attack is JavaScript: the language that makes web pages interactive. These attacks exploit JavaScript's native access to a website to skim, insert, or change elements on that site. This is used to read payment information, add images or text fields, or change text, pictures, or links on the site to steal information and negatively impact the visitor experience.

The use of JavaScript since April 2020 has risen from 94.6% to 97.2%, according to W3Techs.com. As JavaScript usage increases and as new innovative ways to track, convert, and serve website visitors come to market, the risk of an attack grows as well.

The Takeaway

We have looked at how travel is on its way back to pre-pandemic numbers over the next couple of years, and how the usage of JavaScript is increasing even since mid-pandemic. We've also seen how certain travel sites and industries are using JavaScript to serve visitor and business needs alike. The violation trends seen here do not show any signs of slowing down, unless of course, your site or your preferred resort/airline/cruise line/vacation rental is using a solution specifically built to protect website data and their JavaScript usage from getting into the hands of the wrong people. rhisac.org

Another Ransomware Group Emerges - Targeting U.S. Companies
New Ransomware Group Claiming Connection to REvil Gang Surfaces

"Prometheus" is the latest example of how the ransomware-as-a-service model is letting new gangs scale up operations quickly.

A new ransomware group that claims to have impacted some 30 organizations since earlier this year is the latest example of how quickly criminal gangs are able to scale up new operations using ransomware-as-a-service offerings.

The group, Prometheus, first surfaced in February. Researchers from Palo Alto Networks (PAN) who have been tracking the gang this week described it as using double-extortion tactics - data encryption and data theft - to try and extract money from victims. The group hosts a leak site that it has been using to name new victims and post stolen data for purchase when a victim refuses or is unable to pay the demanded ransom.

According to PAN, Prometheus claims it has breached at least 30 organizations across multiple sectors, including government, manufacturing, financial services, logistics, insurance, and health care. On average, the group has demanded between $6,000 and $100,000 in Monero cryptocurrency as a ransom - relatively modest amounts by current cyber-extortion standards. The demanded ransom amount doubles if victims don't respond within the one-week deadline set by the Prometheus gang.

As is often the case, most of the group's victims are US-based organizations. Other impacted countries include Brazil, Norway, France, Peru, Mexico, and the UK. So far four victims have paid a ransom to get their data back. darkreading.com

McDonald's Hit by Data Breach

Hack exposed some U.S. business information, customer data in South Korea & Taiwan

Hackers stole some data from its systems in markets including the U.S., South Korea and Taiwan, in another example of cybercriminals infiltrating high-profile global companies.

The burger chain said Friday that it recently hired external consultants to investigate unauthorized activity on an internal security system, prompted by a specific incident in which the unauthorized access was cut off a week after it was identified, McDonald's said. The investigators discovered that company data had been breached in markets including the U.S., South Korea and Taiwan, the company said.

In a message to U.S. employees, McDonald's said the breach disclosed some business contact information for U.S. employees and franchisees, along with some information about restaurants such as seating capacity and the square footage of play areas. The company said no customer data was breached in the U.S., and that the employee data exposed wasn't sensitive or personal. The company advised employees and franchisees to watch for phishing emails and to use discretion when asked for information. wsj.com

Lax security around URL shortener exposed PII of US retailer
Carter's customer base

Hundreds of thousands of customers may have been impacted.

US retailer Carter's accidentally exposed the personally identifiable information (PII) of potentially hundreds of thousands of customers.

On Friday, vpnMentor said the incident was not caused by an unsecured bucket or misconfiguration in a cloud storage system -- as is often the case with when it comes to accidental leaks -- but rather a "simple oversight" in the firm's online order tracking infrastructure.

The breach, discovered through a web mapping project underway at vpnMentor, was caused by a failure to implement authentication protocols for a popular URL shortener tool used on the retailer's US e-commerce domain.

When a purchase was made through the Carter's US website, the vendor would automatically send them a shortened URL to access a purchase confirmation page. However, a lack of security around the URLs themselves, together with no authentication to verify the customer, was problematic.

The confirmation pages, generated by Linc's automation platform, contained a variety of customer PII -- and to add another potential problem, the links never expired, allowing anyone to access these pages at will, at any time, alongside backend JSON records.

Information exposed on these pages included full names, physical addresses, email addresses, phone numbers, shipping tracker IDs, as well as purchase and transaction details. zdnet.com

Major Dark Web Marketplace Taken Down by Multinational Operation
Over a Dozen Arrests Made & Causing Hundreds of Millions in Victim Losses Connected to Slilpp

Slilpp Marketplace Disrupted in International Cyber Operation
Slilpp was a Marketplace for Allegedly Stolen Online Account Login Credentials, Offering Over 80 Million Stolen Credentials for Over 1,400 Victim Providers Worldwide

The Justice Department today announced its participation in a multinational operation involving actions in the United States, Germany, the Netherlands, and Romania to disrupt and take down the infrastructure of the online marketplace known as Slilpp.

Since 2012, the Slilpp marketplace has been selling stolen login credentials, including usernames and passwords for bank accounts, online payment accounts, mobile phone accounts, retailer accounts, and other online accounts. According to the affidavit, the Slilpp marketplace allowed vendors to sell, and customers to buy, stolen login credentials by providing the forum and payment mechanism for such transactions; Slilpp buyers subsequently used those login credentials to conduct unauthorized transactions (such as wire transfers) from the related accounts. To date, over a dozen individuals have been charged or arrested by U.S. law enforcement in connection with the Slilpp marketplace.

"The Slilpp marketplace allegedly caused hundreds of millions of dollars in losses to victims worldwide, including by enabling buyers to steal the identities of American victims," said Acting Assistant Attorney General Nicholas L. McQuaid of the Justice Department's Criminal Division

According to the affidavit, a fraction of the victimized account providers have calculated losses so far; based on limited existing victim reports, the stolen login credentials sold over Slilpp have been used to cause over $200 million in losses in the United States. The full impact of Slilpp is not yet known. justice.gov

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Amazon Security Imposters
Ohio man loses over $124,000 after 2 men pose as Amazon security
A Rocky River, Ohio man lost over $124,000 after two men claiming to work for Amazon convinced him his personal account was in danger and that he needed to move his money to a newly set up account, according to the Rocky River Police Department.

The resident told police that on May 7 he received a call from two men claiming to be from Amazon security who advised him that an unknown person accessed his personal account and had tried to charge $900 to it. The men, still identifying themselves as security, helped the resident set up an online account and attach his bank account to it.

The men convinced him that he needed to move his money to the new online account. A total of $124,322 had been removed from his account before he realized he had been a victim of fraud. The Rocky River Detective Bureau and Fraud Department are investigating.

An Amazon spokesperson released the following statement:

"Any customer that receives a questionable email, call or text from a person impersonating an Amazon employee should report them to Amazon customer service. Amazon investigates these complaints and will take action, if warranted."

Suspicious calls or emails from people impersonating Amazon employees can be submitted here. news5cleveland.com

Washington Post: Regulations May Be Finally Coming?
(Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos owns The Washington Post.)

House Democrats will target tech giants with a major set of bills
Democrats are imminently planning to release a sweeping package of bills that take aim at alleged anticompetitive behavior in the tech industry.

Drafts of five bills obtained by The Technology 202 show that lawmakers are weighing a range of changes to federal law to empower regulators to rein in the business practices of Facebook, Google, Apple and Amazon. Lawmakers could officially unveil the antitrust bills as soon as today, according to a person familiar with the matter who was not authorized to speak publicly.

One draft bill would enable the Justice Department or Federal Trade Commission to sue to break up large tech companies when their role as operator of a platform presents an ''irreconcilable conflict of interest'' in their other lines of business. Another bill would prevent companies from giving their own services preference over rivals. One measure would block tech giants from acquiring nascent competitors.

Other bills are less contentious. One is similar to a measure that recently passed the Senate, which would increase merger filing fees for large companies to ensure antitrust enforcers have more money. Another is focused on data interoperability, which could make it easier to use products from different tech companies together.

These bills all take aim at practices that the House Judiciary Committee last year concluded tech giants used to solidify their dominance across the Internet, following a historic, 16-month investigation into their business practices. The measures are a sign that Congress is moving from grappling with the problems in the tech industry to actually debating legislation that would address long-running concerns. 

Expect the tech companies to fight back against the Democrats' proposals - hard. 

Even before the bills have been formally introduced, tech industry groups have come out swinging against them. washingtonpost.com

Editor's Note:  Given recent events and the current climate of encryption enabled global level criminal activity being out-of-control, with hackers supported by Russia operating at-will costing us billions, and never ending nation-state attacks happening without any fear of repercussions or being held accountable, and the perception of the internet as being 'The Wild Wild West', it looks like Congress may have finally gotten the message.  It's time to do something.

Especially with mid-term elections around the corner and every U.S. citizen being impacted virtually every day by all of the above. And it starts with taking at least some of the control away from the big four techies. Just some thoughts -Gus Downing

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Beaver Dam, WI: 2 shoplifters critically injured in highway wrong-way crash fleeing police in stolen vehicle
Two people were critically injured Thursday following a police pursuit in Dodge County that involved a vehicle reported stolen from Portage. According a press release from the Beaver Dam Police Department, officers responded Thursday morning to a report of an in-progress retail theft in the 1800 block of North Spring Street, Beaver Dam. A caller stated a man and woman were putting items into trash cans and removing the cans from the store. The first officer on the scene witnessed the suspects exit the store and put the stolen items into their vehicle. They refused the officer's commands to stop.

Three people fled south in the vehicle and exited the city on County Highway W with Beaver Dam officers in pursuit. The pursuit ended several minutes later when the vehicle was no longer in sight of the officers. A Beaver Dam officer found the vehicle stopped and took the original driver of the car into custody. The other occupants refused commands to stop and a woman fled driving the vehicle with a male passenger. A chase exceeding speed limits on South Spring Street ensued. The Wisconsin State Patrol initiated a second pursuit of the vehicle, which drove south onto the northbound off-ramp to Highway 151. The driver continued at a high rate of speed going south in the northbound lanes. State Patrol followed the vehicle until it lost control and crashed into a truck traveling north. The woman and man in the vehicle sustained critical injuries and were transported from the scene. The driver of the truck who was struck by the suspect vehicle was uninjured. It was confirmed that the suspect vehicle was previously reported as stolen from Portage, and the female driver had multiple warrants for her arrest. kenoshanews.com

Seattle WA: Seattle police arrest 53 Shoplifters in a single day during
citywide theft operation
The Seattle Police Department is cracking down on ongoing organized shoplifting groups, leading to a retail theft operation that resulted in 53 arrests in a single day and thousands of dollars recovered in stolen merchandise. "These are organized groups that hit retailers with the sole purpose of stealing to either resell them or use them as currency for other things," said Sgt. Randy Huserik, public information officer for the Seattle Police Department.

The big bust occurred at nine stores on Wednesday in just under 15 hours. Of the 53 people arrested, 16 of them were booked in King County Jail. Four of them had warrants. "We had officers, both in plainclothes working with those stores' loss prevention personnel and then a uniformed officer acting as arrest teams to target the suspects that are committing these crimes," explained Huserik. "We're out there. We're going to continue to run these operations and continue to go after the folks that are continuing to commit these crimes," said Huserik. He mentioned the people arrested could face a number of charges, including organized retail theft, to burglary, trespassing and even assault. Investigators will be forwarding these cases to the King County Prosecutor's Office. q13fox.com

Edinburgh, IN: Women who took $14K worth of goods from Edinburgh outlet mall caught after I-65 chase, crash
For the second time in about two weeks, police recovered thousands of dollars worth of merchandise stolen from an Indiana outlet mall. Police in Edinburgh responded to a report of a theft at the Tommy Hilfiger store at Indiana Premium Outlets around 12:30 p.m. Wednesday. Employees told police a woman and her husband came into the store and purchased several items. When the woman, later identified as 46-year-old Latrice Dudley of Harvey, Illinois, started to leave the store, security alarms went off. She then refused to let employees check her bags for security sensors that may have been left on items. Workers said Dudley then started to cause a disturbance and left the store when police were called. After she drove off, several items of stolen clothing valued at $109 was found in the parking space where she had been parked. Edinburgh Police Chief Doyne Little spotted Dudley's car on Interstate 65 and pulled her over near the 84-mile marker. She was later taken into custody without further incident.

Just hours later, police were called when two women ran out of the Polo Ralph Lauren store with handfuls of stolen clothes. A customer followed the women out and took a picture of their vehicle. Indiana State Police were notified and troopers spotted the vehicle on Interstate 65 south of Edinburgh. A pursuit ensued and the driver of the suspect vehicle crashed. The suspects, 20-year-old Jernithia Bell and 22-year-old Tatyana Burgess were arrested at the scene of the crash and later identified by employees of Polo Ralph Lauren as the theft suspects. Police gathered more than $14,000 worth of stolen merchandise from the vehicle. All three suspects are being held on preliminary charges. Late last month, local and state police caught up with the suspects in several thefts from the outlet mall, recovering more than $14,000 in stolen items that day, as well. wthr.com

Saginaw, MI: 3 Teens may avoid Felony records after pleading guilty to stealing 50 guns from Saginaw Township gun store
Two summers ago, a Saginaw Township gun store was burglarized and 50 firearms were stolen. According to prosecutors, 36 of those weapons remain unaccounted for, and one was used in the fatal shooting of an 87-year-old woman. Now, three teens charged with plotting and carrying out the burglary have pleaded guilty-as-charged to the combined 45 felonies against them. However, due to their ages, they may get the chance to avoid criminal records staining their futures, a leniency the prosecution is opposing. The afternoon of Thursday, June 10, Remy M. Delgado, 18, Travontis D. Miller, 19, and Preston W. O'Leary, 19, appeared before Saginaw County Circuit Judge Andre R. Borrello and pleaded guilty to the same 15 felonies they each faced: Breaking and entering a building with intent to commit a larceny, a 15-year maximum. · Conspiracy to commit breaking and entering with intent, a 15-year maximum.

Three counts of larceny of a firearm, a five-year maximum. Conspiracy to commit larceny of a firearm, a five-year maximum. Three counts of receiving and concealing a stolen firearm, a 10-year maximum. Six counts of felony firearm, which comes with a mandatory minimum two years in prison consecutive to any related stint. mlive.com

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Shootings & Deaths

Royal Palm Beach, FL: Detectives ID man who killed woman, toddler & himself
at Publix
A man fatally shot a woman and a toddler before turning the gun on himself Thursday morning inside a Publix in Royal Palm Beach, the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office says. The two victims were a grandmother and her grandson, who was about to turn 2 later this month. Their names have not been released, but investigators have identified the gunman as Timothy J. Wall, 55, of Royal Palm Beach. PBSO says there is "no known motive or relationship between the gunman and the victims, however, detectives are still investigating." All three were found dead with gunshot wounds shortly before noon, PBSO spokeswoman Teri Barbera said. The young boy's father was called to the scene to identify his child. The store will remain closed until Saturday. Personal items people left behind at the store were bagged up and can be picked up Friday between 9 a.m. and noon in front of the Publix. Detectives remained at the scene for hours Thursday investigating what led up to the suspected murder-suicide. The shootings are believed to have happened in the produce section of the supermarket. local10.com

Update: Cleveland, OH: Man who killed a Security Guard gets life in prison
A man who shot and killed the 73-year-old security guard who stopped him from shooting two women at a Maple Heights laundromat received a life sentence on Thursday. Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court Judge John Sutula imposed the sentence on Carl Sanders, who pleaded guilty in May to murder, felonious assault and weapons charges in the December 2019 killing of David Brown. Sanders, 32, will be eligible for parole after serving 30 years behind bars. cleveland.com

Jackson, MI: Man shot and killed outside restaurant
Police are investigating the city's latest homicide. 46-year-old Robert Earl McGowan Jr was identified as the victim. The suspect was also identified as 28-year-old Dominique Champion and was arrested without incident. Officers were called about 9 a.m. Thursday to Krystal restaurant, where a witness said McGowan was found shot to death. Cassandra Patrick said McGowan who was shot was her cousin. According to Patrick, police told her that her cousin walked up to someone in a car at the drive-thru and was shot. Champion has been charged with Capital Murder and Drive by shooting. Drugs may have been a factor of the suspect action, according to police. wapt.com

Philadelphia, PA: Two people shot at Federal Donuts in North Philly; one of the injured is a 14-year-old
14-year-old boy and a 27-year-old man were shot Thursday afternoon at the Federal Donuts store in North Philadelphia, police said. The shooting happened just after 1 p.m. at the popular doughnut shop located at the intersection of North Seventh Street and Fairmount Avenue, three blocks north of Spring Garden Street. Philadelphia Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw said Thursday afternoon that two gunmen chased the 22-year-old shooting victim into Federal Donuts and opened fire. Outlaw said it was not yet known why the man had been chased into the shop. The teenager was shot twice in the left leg and was transported to Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in stable condition. The 27-year-old man was shot multiple times and also taken to Jefferson. He is in critical condition, police said. Outlaw said a gun recovered at the scene is believed to belong to the 27-year-old victim. No arrests have been made and no information was released about the shooting suspects. phillyvoice.com

Hemet, CA: Victim shot and wounded attempting to stop an Armed Robbery at O'Reilly's
Hemet Police are continuing their search for two men who shot a man and escaped in an attempted robbery of O'Reilly Auto Parts, 849 W. Florida Ave. in Hemet Thursday night, June 3. Hemet police reported a man at the scene said the still unidentified victim was knocked down and shot in an attempt to stop the robbers. The victim was transported to a local hospital by AMR for treatment of a gunshot wound to the shoulder. A Hemet police officer rushing to the scene was involved in a non-injury traffic collision. myvalleynews.com

Morrow, GA: UPDATE: 1 person in hospital, at least 7 in custody after shooting at Southlake Mall
One person was taken to the hospital and at least seven people are in custody following a shooting at Southlake Mall. CBS46 Zac Summers reports the victim has been identified as a 28-year-old man, who was shot in the thigh and is expected to be OK. The preliminary investigation suggests, two groups were arguing inside the mall, which ended up escalating outside where they started firing at each other. There were at least 25 shell casings found, police say. According to officials, several vehicles were hit during the gunfire and authorities are in the process of notifying the owners of those cars. cbs46.com

Atlanta, GA: Witness says Sushi bar shooting started with argument between Chef and Bartender; Security Guard shot by Chef
A shooting at a popular Midtown sushi bar on Thursday night started as an argument between a chef and bartender there, a witness said, leaving a security guard who stepped in wounded. The incident happened at RA Sushi Bar on Peachtree St. in the heart of Midtown. Malcolm Archibald, a server at neighboring Sugar Factory, told reporters it was known among the restaurant and bar industry workers in the area that the chef had been disgruntled for some time. "One of the chefs decided he was upset, done with it all and attacked a security guard," Archibald said. Police have not yet provided an update on the security guard's condition or given information on the search for a suspect. Archibald said the chef was gone by the time police arrived. 11alive.com

Martinsville, VA: Teenager gets 10 years for his role in shooting in Circle K parking lot


Robberies, Incidents & Thefts

Tillman's Corner, AL: Walmart reopens after fire, FBI offering reward to help find arsonists
The Walmart in Tillman's Corner reopened Friday morning after authorities say multiple arsonists intentionally set a fire inside the store. The fire was reported on May 28 around 3:30 p.m. Fire investigators believe the fire inside the Walmart on Rangeline Road was caused by an accelerant. The FBI has joined the effort to help find the suspects and are offering a $2500 for information leading to an arrest. In addition to the fire at the Walmart in Tillman's Corner on Rangeline Road, authorities say a fire was intentionally set inside the Walmart on the I-65 Beltline one day prior on May 27. That Walmart location has already reopened. wkrg.com

Grand Rapids, MI: Pair sentenced to federal prison after stealing more than $65k from Check Cashing businesses
Yesterday, U.S. Attorney Andrew Birge announced that two men would be going to federal prison following a string of robberies from cash advance businesses in Lansing and Battle Creek. James Winston Honeysucker Jr. was sentenced to serve over 27 years for committing four armed robberies from August to October of 2019. Honeysucker's getaway driver, Wilnell Lakeey Henry, was sentenced to more than six years for his role in the robberies. Honeysucker would walk into the cash advance business, act as if he was interested in buying a loan, pulling out a pistol at the clerk, then demanding cash. Honeysucker recruited Henry as his getaway driver after the first robbery, the duo committing all subsequent robberies together. wlns.com

Marietta, GA: 'Crawling burglar' wormed way into at least 12 Restaurants




AT&T - Clearwater, FL - Robbery
Auto Parts - Hemet, CA - Armed Robbery/Shooting
C-Store - Jackson, MI - Burglary
C-Store - Darien, IL - Burglary
C-Store - Greenfield, CA - Armed Robbery
Dollar General - Danville, VA - Robbery
Family Dollar - Danville, VA - Robbery
Gas Station - Lexington,, KY - Armed Robbery
Gas Station - Detroit, MI - Burglary
Gas Station - Janesville, WI - Armed Robbery
Hardware - King County, WA - Burglary
Jewelry - San Antonio, TX - Robbery
Jewelry - Orlando, FL - Robbery
Jewelry - Orlando, FL - Robbery
Jewelry - Phoenix, AZ - Robbery
Pharmacy - Griffin, GA - Burglary
Restaurant - Marietta, GA - Burglary
Restaurant - San Pablo, CA - Armed Robbery
Restaurant - Springfield, MO - Armed Robbery (Dairy Queen)


Daily Totals:
• 13 robberies
• 6 burglaries
• 1 shooting
• 0 killed


Weekly Totals:
• 63 robberies
• 35 burglaries
• 4 shootings
• 1 killed

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