Policing Changes Needed To Deal With Internet Crimes
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Policing Changes Needed To Deal With Internet Crimes

ComputerWeekly.com have recently reported on the lack of policing available, to deal with crimes being committed in cyber space. During a speech delivered at an organisation of business membership ‘London First‘, the Police Commissioner of London Mr Adrian Leppard stated … “The issue of policing in the digital age will reach a watershed of fundamentally restructuring…

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Reformed Burglar Explains How Social Networking Sites Provided Him With Vital Information

Being burgled is a homeowner’s worst nightmare. But sometimes we do not help ourselves, a survey of ex-cons has found. Insurance firm More Than quizzed 50 former thieves about their tricks of the trade. One reformed burglar tells how thieves even use Twitter and Facebook to plan break-ins. In the old days, burglars would pay…

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Regulators probe Facebook’s facial recognition

A number of European privacy regulators are investigating Facebook’s facial recognition feature amid mounting concern about the technology, which attempts to identify people in photos uploaded to the website. The social networking site has come under fire from the German, UK and Irish authorities for introducing the feature without permission from users. “Again Facebook has…