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Sybil Campbell of Akron (left) talks with Don Mitler, at the Fortis College booth at the Akron Beacon Journal Healthcare Fair at the Job Center in Akron, on Tuesday. (Mike Cardew/Akron Beacon Journal)
Claire Beebe of METRO (left) talks with Ella Hunt (center) and Lillie Sadler of Akron at the Akron Beacon Journal Healthcare Fair at the Job Center in Akron on Tuesday. (Mike Cardew/Akron Beacon Journal)
PITTSBURGH: A Pennsylvania prosecutor’s office and two businesses were among hundreds of thousands of victims of a global cybercrime operation disabled by federal authorities and the European Union last week, according to federal documents unsealed Monday.