The United States has stressed Bangladesh's counter-terrorism efforts

The United States has stressed Bangladesh's counter-terrorism efforts

Earl Miller, the US ambassador to Bangladesh, praised him for strengthening counter-terrorism efforts in many areas.

He cited Bangladesh's anti-money laundering measures and the digital evidence to investigate and prosecute terrorist crimes through computers and digital media, setting up additional counter-terrorism tribunals across the country. Efforts are expanding.

The U.S. ambassador, in a webinar, reiterated the US commitment that Bangladesh should assist in its efforts.

Since 2016, the United States has collected more than .56.5.5 million for counter-terrorism assistance in Bangladesh, including the current OPDAT's webinar series, the U.S. embassy in Kaka said on Monday.

Last week, the US Embassy and the U.S. Department of Justice Office of Migrant Prosecution Development, Assistance, and Training (DOJ-OPDAT) launched a three-part webinar series entitled "The Use of Cryptocurrency in the Criminal Influence and the Web".

Nearly 50 prosecutors, researchers, judges, financial analysts, and government officials in Bangladesh are learning how to use the dark web and cryptocurrency to carry out drug trafficking, money laundering, and other malicious activities through an interactive online platform.

The instructor of the course is John Ghosh, Legal Department for the Dark Web and Cryptocurrency, International Computer Hacking and Intellectual Property Lawyer.

United States Ambassador Earl Miller has launched a webinar series praising law enforcement heroes, including all participants who bravely and selflessly face the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.

They said, "My contribution, my respect, appreciation and gratitude for the hard and dangerous work they do."

The first season of the series, "Combining Criminal Dark Web Marketing in the COVID-19 Pandemic", focuses on how to use the Dark Web, an infection-created concern through criminals, anonymous browsers and hidden services.

For example, criminals carry dark test kits, standard personal protective equipment, counterfeit vaccines and therapeutic drugs, and blood carrying coronavirus antibodies, the U.S. embassy said.

During the session, participants learned how to recognize and interrupt such sensitive activities.

The second and third seasons of the series focus on cryptocurrency - which is illegal to use or keep in Bangladesh - as a vehicle for payment in dark web markets.

The second session entitled "Introduction to Cryptocurrency and Blockchain Technology" addresses cryptocurrency and blockchain fundamentals.

Bangladesh Deputy Secretary of Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Sheikh Golam Mahaboob is expected to make his opening remarks at the meeting.

The third session addresses the methods of declaring cryptocurrency transactions under the title "Advanced Cryptocurrency - Detecting Cryptocurrency to Make Cases".

Abu Henna Moh Bangladesh Financial Intelligence Unit (BFIU) Chief Razi Hasan is expected to make preliminary remarks in this session.

The three-part incident webinar series on the use of criminal influenza and cryptocurrency on the dark web The United States works with the Government of Bangladesh in a number of ways to combat terrorism and international crime in the region. American Embassy.

Understanding cryptocurrency and terrorists and the international criminal network and its anonymity and decentralized, non-national characteristics and how to use it is essential for the Bangladeshi jurisdiction to recognize and intercept its use as it is in the US legal arena fighting terrorism. And financial assistance for international crimes.

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