Sandy Hodson reported this on January 21st: An Augusta man accused of selling personal identity information on the dark web that he allegedly stole from employers was arrested Friday. […] The investigation also uncovered the sale of personal identity information gathered from TaxSlayer, where Britt was working until his arrest. He is on unpaid leave now, Burns said. A third victim was identified Monday, Burns said. At least two of the victims were sent ransom emails before the data was posted for sale on the dark web. Read more on Augusta Chronicle.

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