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June 18, 2012 by

Police demand deletion of 640 YouTube 'terrorist' videos

The UK police had Google delete 640 YouTube videos that allegedly glorified terrorism last year, the company has revealed.The revelation that the UK Association of Police Officers (ACPO) requested the deletion of the videos came as part of Google's latest Transparency Report, which tracks government and copyright-related takedown requests received by the web giant, on Monday.

June 7, 2012 by

Expert: Firms need wider e-crime reporting options

Businesses need to be able to report cyber- and electronic crime to a number of organisations, and not only to the police, according to Cambridge University computer security expert Richard Clayton.Companies can currently report serious cybercrime to different police forces and units in the UK, including units in the Metropolitan and City of London police.

November 15, 2011 by

PCeU to be rolled into National Crime Agency

The government is to place the Metropolitan Police Central e-Crime Unit inside the new National Crime Agency, as it regroups previously dispersed units into a single organisation supported by regional e-crime hubs

October 19, 2011 by

Google launches Good To Know before UK safety week

Google has launched Good To Know, a consumer advertising campaign and website. It says this is "designed to give people practical guidance on staying safe online," and consumer safety is clearly essential to every company that does business online.

June 22, 2011 by

Police launch £75m national database

The Police National Database, which includes the names of up to 15 million criminals, victims and other people of interest to the police, is now live, with every force in England and Wales hooked up

October 2, 2009 by

Wales to adopt mobile average-speed cameras

The Welsh government is moving towards adopting the use of mobile average speed cameras, according to Kable.The cameras, which use automatic numberplate recognition (ANPR) to gauge the average speed of a car between two points, will initially be mobile.

August 27, 2009 by

E-crime victims uncertain where to turn

The lack of a central reporting point for e-crime in the UK means businesses are often uncertain how to report such incidents, according to a report by the Association of Chief Police Officers


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