Expert Rips Gov't Evidence As Click Fraud Trial Nears End

By Christopher Crosby (August 2, 2017, 9:54 PM EDT) -- An Italian man accused of running a worldwide "click fraud" scam opted not to take the stand in his own defense as both sides rested their cases Wednesday, relying upon a cybersecurity professional to cast doubt on the government's claim that anything of value was actually taken.

Fabio Gasperini nodded that he understood he was giving up his right to testify after being asked by U.S. District Judge Nicholas G. Garaufis in a Brooklyn, N.Y., courtroom. Instead, on the last day of witness testimony before jury deliberations, Gasperini's attorney, Simone Bertollini, called upon cybersecurity professional Kenneth Wong to do much of...

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