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Richard Boscovich -- better known "Bosco" to his friends and colleagues -- is a senior attorney in Microsoft’s Digital Crimes Unit, a group inside the company that investigates a wide range of questionable online activities and tech-related crimes.
A former federal prosecutor who was hired by Microsoft in May 2008, Boscovich has been in the news most recently for orchestrating a novel legal approach to take down a large botnet, a complex system of compromised computers used for illegal or nefarious purposes. Continue reading for edited excerpts from our conversation...