Four Russians and a Ukranian charged with 160 million credit card number theft

Russians Vladimir Drinkman, Aleksandr Kalinin, Roman Kotov and Mikhail Rytikov and Ukranian Dmitriy Smilianets stand accused of participating in breaches at a range of major businesses between 2005 and 2012, harvesting over 160 million sets of personal data including credit card numbers.

It amazes me that despite the scale at which online crime is committed, it still isn't considered mainstream in the way that burglaries and robberies are—which in turn impacts the scale and quality of the response from governments (although that lack of appreciation isn't reflected in this case).