The Lengthy Arm of Justice: How Far Can the DoJ Actually Go in Persecuting International Actors?
The Long Arm of Justice: How Far Can the DoJ Really Go in Persecuting Foreign Actors?
The US Department of Justice announced its in early October Cryptocurrency Enforcement Framework, a report that debunks the government’s vision for emerging threats and enforcement strategies in the cryptocurrency space. The document is an important source of insight into the imminent implementation of local digital finance laws.
One of the basic principles of government asserts The document includes its broad extraterritorial jurisdiction over foreign actors who use virtual assets in ways that harm US citizens or businesses. The guidelines set an extremely low bar that offenders of cross-border crimes must resolve before they can be prosecuted.
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