The United States of America Government has dropped some finger-licking news after offering an exemplary 1.2 Billion Kenyan Shillings reward up for grabs.
The government through the US department Rewards For Justice has divulged that $10 Million, an equivalent of Ksh 1.2 Billion, has been set aside to that category of individuals who will provide details of any foreigh person or entity that that was involved in any malicious cyber activity during the concluded imminent US general elections.
Giving a glimpe of Some of the malicious cyber activities people should report, the United States of America government cited vote tampering and disinformation as some of them.
"REWARD! Up to $10M for information on any foreign person or entity engaged in U.S. vote tampering, database intrusions, influence operations, disinformation, bot farm campaigns and related malicious cyber activity to interfere in U.S. elections. Have relevant info? Send us a tip," the U.S. government stated.
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