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Australian Federal Police (AFP) could be given powers to cyber-spy and hack into online computer systems used by criminals based in Australia under a new proposal being considered by the country’s federal government. Suggested changes would allow the AFP to call for assistance from the Australian Signals Directorate (ASD) or extend the cyber-capabilities of the AFP. ...
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The head of London’s Metropolitan Police has fiercely defended her force’s use of live facial recognition (LFR) technology, arguing that privacy rights have changed in an age of social media and that some critics are “highly ill-informed.” Speaking at think tank the Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), Met Police commissioner, Cressida Dick, argued that it was right...
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Great Britain’s three nations are not in agreement over the use of facial recognition technology by police forces. The technology, which can be legally used by police in Wales, was officially introduced by England’s Metropolitan Police Service in East London yesterday, amid a peaceful protest by Big Brother Watch.  Use of the technology by English police...
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Organized crime groups are increasingly looking at ways to physically access IT infrastructure via insiders in contracting firms, police cyber-chiefs have warned. Shelton Newsham, manager of the Yorkshire and Humber Regional Cyber Crime Team, reportedly told the SINET Global Cybersecurity Innovation Summit last week that gangs are placing their own people in cleaning companies, in order...
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London’s Metropolitan Police Service has announced that it will start using live facial recognition (LFR) technology to scan public areas for suspected criminals.  After trialing the technology for two years, the Met has said that it will have cameras up and running within a month. The cameras will be linked to a database containing images...
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The UK government is planning to police social media by issuing sites with a new code of conduct. Social media firms will be required by law to protect children from viewing any content deemed to be “detrimental to their physical or mental health or wellbeing,” according to a report published yesterday in The Daily Telegraph. Failure to...
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Police Scotland has announced plans to establish “cyber kiosks” that will allow officers to scan locked smart devices for evidence.  The 41 new kiosks will be located in police stations across local policing divisions, where they will be operated by over 400 specially trained officers. Each kiosk is essentially a desktop computer capable of performing data extraction,...
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South Wales Police has announced that it will be deploying facial recognition technology at the upcoming Premier League football match between Cardiff City FC and Swansea City FC at Cardiff City Stadium this Sunday, 12 January. In a statement, South Wales Police said: “We will be deploying our facial recognition technology at key areas ahead...
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