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YX-1500.1500-640 Personal Data Breach Victims Individuals who have experienced a situation in which their personal computer, cell phone, laptop or other telecommunications device has been hacked or otherwise accessed and sensitive, protected or confidential data has been copied, transmitted, viewed, stolen or used by an individual not authorized to do so. NEW 06/04/19
YX-1500.1500-130 Business Data Breach Victims Corporations or other businesses that have experienced a security incident in which sensitive, protected or confidential data has been copied, transmitted, viewed, stolen or used by an individual not authorized to do so. Data breaches may involve financial information such as credit card or bank details, personal health information, personally identifiable information, trade secrets or intellectual property. Most data breaches are attributable to hacking or malware attacks. Other sources include insider leaks where a trusted individual or person with authority steals data; loss or theft of portable drives, laptops, office computers, files and other physical property; or unintended disclosures through mistakes or negligence where sensitive data is exposed. = Corporate Data Breach Victims NEW 06/04/19
LT-0500.8500 Traditional Aboriginal Healing Change to Traditional Indigenous Healing, LT-0500.8560. Programs that offer alternative treatments that are based on Indigenous traditions about health and illness. Traditional healing is holistic in nature, comes from ancient beliefs about how individuals fit in the web of life, generally focuses on restoring harmony and connectedness to universal powers and may involve sweat lodges, talking circles, ceremonial smoking of tobacco, shamans, herbalism, animal spirits or "vision quests". The techniques by themselves are not "traditional healing". They are only steps towards becoming whole, balanced and connected. Remove "Traditional Indigenous Healing" as a use reference. = Traditional Aboriginal Healing NOTE: Canadian only. CODE CHANGE 06/04/19
FN-1700.1530 Cybercrime Reporting Programs that provide a hotline or other mechanisms that people can use to anonymously report cases in which computers, laptops, tablets, mobile phones or other personal devices have been or are being used to commit a crime such as distribution of child pornography; cyberstalking or harassment; unauthorized interception of communications; intellectual property violations; or illegally accessing other computer systems to alter, destroy or steal data; intercept and disclose confidential information; plant spyware, ransomware or other forms of malware; launch denial of service attacks; or engage in phishing or smshing, financial theft or other activities that are illegal. NOTE: Adds a reference to "smshing" to the definition. CHANGE 06/04/19
YP-1520 Cybercriminals Individuals who use computers, laptops, tablets, mobile phones or other personal devices to commit a crime such as cyberstalking or harassment; unauthorized interception of communications; intellectual property violations; or illegally accessing other computer systems to alter, destroy or steal data, intercept and disclose confidential information; plant spyware, ransomware or other forms of malware; launch denial of service attacks; or engage in phishing or smshing, financial theft or other activities that are illegal. In some situations, cybercriminal gangs operate underground online "Cybercrime-as-a Service" marketplaces that develop and sell or rent the tools of the trade to less tech-savvy cybercrime novices which enable them to launch their own cyberattacks. Other gangs manage or participate in underground, password-protected, online forums that serve as a a meeting place for those interested in buying, selling, and trading malware, botnets, stolen personally identifiable information, credit card information, hacked server credentials, and other pieces of data and software that facilitate complex cybercrimes worldwide. NOTE: Adds a reference to "smshing" to the definition. CHANGE 06/04/19
DD-1500.2160 Cryptocurrency Complaints Programs that accept and, where possible, attempt to resolve cryptocurrency complaints which took a major jump after the price of bitcoin hit an all-time high and then lost more than 60% or its value. Due to the unregulated nature of bitcoin and most companies operating in the crypto space, there is little legal recourse available for consumers who fall victim to related scams or suffer a loss of funds due to operational issues or account closures on trading platforms. A cryptocurrency is a digital asset designed to work as a medium of exchange using strong cryptography to secure financial transactions, control the creation of additional units, and verify the transfer of assets. The first decentralized cryptocurrency was bitcoin, soon followed by Namecoin, Litecoin, Peercoin, PotCoin (developed strictly for use in the cannabis industry) and others. The legal status of cryptocurrencies varies substantially from country to country and is still undefined or evolving in many of them. See also Local Currency Systems (TB-4500). = Alternative Digital Currency Complaints = Bitcoin Complaints = Litecoin Complaints = Namecoin Complaints = Peercoin Complaints = PotCoin Complaints = Virtual Cryptocurrency Complaints = Virtual Currency Complaints NEW 06/04/19
FN-1700.7100 Revenge Porn Reporting Programs that provide a hotline or other mechanisms that people can use to anonymously report cases in which sexually explicit photographs or videos of an individual have been posted online without the consent of and with the intent to annoy or harass the victim. Revenge porn is a form of cyber sexual harassment or, in some cases cyber bullying, and should be taken seriously, especially if minors are involved. Revenge porn laws and associated penalties vary by jurisdiction; in some cases the defendant, usually an ex-partner or hacker, may be required to register as a sex offender if convicted. See also Cybercrime Reporting (FN-1700.1530). NEW 06/04/19
FF-0500.1800-050 Adult Diversion U.S. DEFINITION: Community-based programs that provide individual and group counseling, educational services or other prescribed social services for adults who have been arrested for an offense such as drunkenness, domestic violence, drug crimes, traffic violations or purchase of sexual services and directed to participate in a corrective program in lieu of prosecution or, in some cases, sentencing for the offense. CANADIAN DEFINITION: Community-based programs that provide individual and group counselling, educational services or other prescribed social services for adults who have been arrested for an offence such as drunkenness, domestic violence, drug crimes, traffic violations or purchase of sexual services and directed to participate in a corrective program in lieu of prosecution or, in some cases, sentencing for the offence. = Sex Buyer Accountability Programs = Sex Purchaser Accountability Programs CHANGE 06/03/19
TD-1600.3000 Human Relations Groups Organizations that work for increased harmony and understanding among diverse groups; reduce tensions based on age, race, religion, ethnicity, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or disability; and promote an informed and inclusive, multicultural society. The groups may support community-specific programs to stop racism, homophobia, religious prejudice, linguistic bias, anti-immigrant sentiment and other divisive attitudes that can lead to intergroup tension, hate crimes and related violence. CHANGE 05/30/19
TD-1600.3100 Human Rights Groups Remove the following terms as see also references: Hate Crimes/Hate Incidents Related Support Groups (PN-8100.0200-290), Hate Crimes Prevention (FN-1500.2550), Hate Crimes Reporting (FN-1700.3000), Hate Group Disengagement/Deradicalization Programs (RP-1400.8000-290), International Human Rights Programs (TL-3400), Non-Criminal Hate Incident Prevention (FN-1500.6010), Non-Criminal Hate Incident Reporting (FN-1700.6280). CHANGE 05/30/19

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