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Jun 14, 2018
Asserting control over data by enforcing data localisation policies is wrongBut for democracies, like India or the US, data localisation is altogether the wrong approach to law enforcement in digital society.
Mar 11, 2018
Sloppy investigations and exaggerated claims, CBI's poor work ethics make it unworthy of 'elite' statusNot only does the CBI have a poor conviction rate of just 3.96 percent in major crimes, the investigation agency has also failed to live up to its motto of industry, impartiality, and integrity
Jul 31, 2017
Record rise in suspicious transactions, fake currency notes in 2015-16, Rs 560 cr unearthedSuspicious transaction reports (STRs) rose from 58,646 to 1,05,973 during the period
Jul 16, 2017
Nine militants killed in two separate incidents in Egypt; military says 'hostile act' has been foiledSecurity forces have killed nine militants in the Sinai Peninsula and also destroyed 15 vehicles transporting weapons into Egypt across its western border, the military said in statements on Sunday
Jun 12, 2017
Police officers in the US are leaving their body cameras behind while working on additional jobsPolice departments contend that they have only a limited number of body cameras or that there are too many logistical hurdles and costs involved.
Mar 09, 2017
Uber to stop using 'Greyball' tool to evade law enforcementUber Technologies Inc has prohibited the use of its so-called "Greyball" technology to target regulators, ending a program that had been critical in helping Uber evade authorities in cities where the service has been banned.
Mar 05, 2017
Uber used a secret tool to avoid law enforcement, displayed 'ghost cars'Ride services company Uber Technologies Inc for years has used a secret tool to avoid authorities in markets where its service faced resistance by law enforcement or was banned, the company confirmed on Friday.
Jan 11, 2017
Facebook, Instagram and Twitter data was shared with Geofeedia; was used by authorities for snoopingSocial networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter pride themselves when it comes to sharing data with government authorities. But in a report released by American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) in California in October last year, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter were found guilty of sharing user data with Geofeedia.
Aug 09, 2016
No reluctance to provide data to German investigators: FacebookFacebook rejected on Monday claims made by Germany's state authorities that it was reluctant to co-operate with them on criminal investigations, saying many of the requests it received for user data were incorrectly formulated.
Jul 20, 2016
Pokémon Go: How not to go about being a Pokémon MasterPokémon GO has captivated the entire world within just ten days of a limited launch. Everyone around is going crazy from leaving their job to be a full-time Pokémon trainer to posting online to offer services as a professional Pokémon trainer for hire.