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Cathy L. Milhoan

Spokeswoman

Federal Bureau of Investigation

HQ Phone:  (202) 324-3000

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Federal Bureau of Investigation

935 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20535

United States

Company Description

As an intelligence-driven and a threat-focused national security organization with both intelligence and law enforcement responsibilities, the mission of the FBI is to protect and defend the United States against terrorist and foreign intelligence threats, to ...more

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Radosh.net

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After checking with the cybercrime department, FBI spokeswoman Cathy Milhoan refuses to comment on these figures.


Studying Students - News21 Project

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"This program was one of many around the country used by the FBI to identify people of potential interest," said FBI spokeswoman Cathy Milhoan.
The department's central database stores information on all of the roughly 14 million students who apply for financial aid each year, even after they have repaid the loans. To search for "potential terrorist activity,"the FBI gave the department fewer than 1,000 names that the bureau considered suspicious to run through its databases, said bureau spokeswoman Cathy Milhoan.


Hacker Journals

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Asked where citizens should report various cybercrimes, FBI spokeswoman Cathy Milhoan could not offer definitive guidance.
"The lines are still blurry," she acknowledges. Beyond that, Milhoan declined to give specific guidance for fear of stepping on other agencies' toes. "I don't want the message to come across that everybody should report their crimes to the FBI, because a lot of state and locals, as well as other government agencies, have their own cyberteams," she says.


Study: Security Flaw Allows Wiretap Evasion - Netfast Communications

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Catherine Milhoan, the spokeswoman, said after consulting with bureau wiretap experts that the vulnerability existed in only about 10 percent of state and federal wiretaps today.
"It is not considered an issue within the FBI," Milhoan said. Milhoan of the FBI said that the C-tone feature could be turned off in the new systems and that when the bureau tested Blaze's method on machines with the function turned off, the effect was "negligible." "We were aware of it, we dealt with it, and we believe Calea has addressed it," she said.


Internet Sex offenders not deterred - BadScreenNames.com

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Kathy Milhoan, a spokeswoman for the Federal Bureau of Investigations, said even though nationwide thousands are being arrested every year for these types of crimes, there doesn't seem to be a decline in new offenders.
For fiscal year 2007, the FBI opened 2,443 new investigations into Internet sex predators and of those, more than 1,000 were convicted. Milhoan said that's a 14 percent increase from 2006. "The arrests made and publicity they are getting doesn't seem to be deterring these people from committing these crimes," said Milhoan. "Guys in trench coats use to hide in bushes to commit such crimes," Milhoan noted, "but now he can sit at home in privacy and do it online."


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