Paying a ransom could be an Australian money laundering offence
By AAMEG | 29 September 2021
What has money laundering law got to do with paying criminals to get your own property back or to get access to a computer system they own Well, in brief, the payment of a ransom could amount to money laundering because under Division 400 of the Criminal Code Act, a law of the Commonwealth of
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