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Tasmania Police has invested AU$1 million to ensure that all of its front-line officers are equipped with an Acer tablet to improve how they spend their time in the field.
When officials from the Australian Federal Police claimed that they had arrested the 'self-proclaimed leader of LulzSec' Matthew Flannery, it was based on one joke comment made on Facebook.
One Connecticut-based firm is touting Google Glass as a technology that can aid and assist in cases of emergency, particularly when used by first responders. But with a rise in cops with cameras in the street, civil liberties groups say it could be a "win-win" for both police and public.
What do security specialist HD Moore and the Queensland Police have in common? They both feature in this lighthearted round-up of day 1 at AusCERT 2013.
The police have taken on a user of the Pirate Bay, who may be one of the youngest users raided to date.
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Amount comes from 24 cases of cyberhacking reported between January and September, and police warn government personnel to use personal devices at work with caution.
The precise reason for the arrest is not yet clear, but Cambodian police have said it was on IT-related matters. Warg has been facing a copyright-related one-year jail sentence and fine in Sweden since 2009.
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Police have arrested 14 people in UK raids this morning who are suspected of being involved in a £1m phishing attack.Over a three-day period at Christmas, the suspects allegedly used the money to buy items ranging from cheeseburgers to gold bars.
Former Formula One chief Max Mosley has sued Google in France and Germany in an attempt to have the company censor search results relating to a Nazi-themed orgy allegedly held by Mosley.Mosley revealed the legal action on Thursday as part of testimony he was giving to the Leveson inquiry, which is looking into the roles of press and police in the News International hacking scandal.
Sixty-one counterfeit Apple smartphones, fitted with extra features such as dual SIM and selling for US$47, seized in Fuzhou by police, according to report.
The NSW Police Force has tightened up its security over the past decade, decommissioning systems that were linked to other agencies as part of the Sydney Olympics; however, one contractor who worked on the project said NSW infrastructure remains vulnerable to cyber attack.
One of the greatest risks facing Queensland Police is young people expecting to be able to report crimes via the organisation's Facebook page, according to Greg Flint, acting superintendent for the Policelink Branch.
News International sought advice from one of its IT providers on the mass deletion of emails, according to evidence submitted to the Home Affairs Committee.Emails have been central to a police investigation of phone hacking at defunct News International publication News of the World.
A House committee approved a bill that would force Internet providers to keep logs of their customers' activities for one year - for the police to review.
'Topiary', one of the spokespeople for hacktivist group LulzSec, has been arrested in Scotland, police in London confirm.
The police improvement agency is pushing out MobileID handheld devices to forces around the UK, to let officers on the beat check fingerprints and identities on the spot
Police and the ICO are investigating the loss of laptops by a subsidiary of an NHS London health authority, one of which is thought to hold millions of patient records
Tip-offs have led to authorities seizing a haul of suspected unlicensed software from a manufacturing company
Police could pursue more online criminals if more victims reported the crimes committed against them, according to one of Australia's highest-profile investigators.
Police have arrested a 16-year-old from Fort Mill High School in North Carolina for making a threat against the school's principal, Dee Christopher, via Facebook. The message, dated March 3, 2011, reads as follows (the student's original spelling and grammar is left intact), according to Herald Online"My goal is to attend your high school for one period.
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