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In the wake of the Target breach, U.S. authorities last week said they extradited a Ukrainian man they say helped develop a stolen card data market.

U.S. Secret Service and Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials announced that Sergei Litvinenko was extradited from Croatia last month to answer charges that allege he was a member of an online criminal organization known as Carder.su operating under the alias “Dorbik.” During an initial court appearance, U.S. Magistrate Judge Magistrate Judge Nancy Koope ordered Litvinenko held without bond, authorities reported Thursday.

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