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Australians more concerned about privacy than ever before

Australians more concerned about privacy than ever before | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
Australians are more concerned about their privacy than ever before, quickly abandoning companies they believe abuse their information.
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The Sochi Winter Olympics and the spectacle of surveillance

The Sochi Winter Olympics and the spectacle of surveillance | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
If you’re thinking about planning a trip to Russia for the Winter Olympic Games in February next year, prepare to have every aspect of your communications monitored under “the most invasive and systematic…...
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Choice sounds warning on tattoo removal industry

Choice sounds warning on tattoo removal industry | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
A consumer watchdog warns of a lack of regulation in the tattoo removal industry, and some horror stories.
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Daycare Worker Raped Babies: Police

Daycare Worker Raped Babies: Police | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
She was trusted to take care of defenseless children, but now one Ohio daycare worker is accused of doing the unthinkable -- and filming it.
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'My CCTV will shame dog-owners who fail to clean-up mess' - This is Hull and East Riding

'My CCTV will shame dog-owners who fail to clean-up mess' - This is Hull and East Riding | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
“This is Hull and East Riding 'My CCTV will shame dog-owners who fail to clean-up mess' This is Hull and East Riding By Kevin Shoesmith.”
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Sorry NSA, but the Tor network is secure – and it's here to stay

Sorry NSA, but the Tor network is secure – and it's here to stay | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
You may have seen reports over the weekend about yet another instalment of the US National Security Agency’s (NSA) surveillance system – this time a set of slides focused on cracking the Tor network, a…...
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Violence and mental health statistics and facts | Time To Change

Violence and mental health statistics and facts | Time To Change | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
Over a third of the public think people with a mental health problem are likely to be violent -in face people with severe mental illnesses are more likely to be victims, rather than perpetrators, of violent crime (People with severe mental illness...
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Video: CCTV of suspected Foyle bomber - Belfast Newsletter

Video: CCTV of suspected Foyle bomber - Belfast Newsletter | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
Londonderry Today Video: CCTV of suspected Foyle bomber Belfast Newsletter Eerie footage of a suspected bomber wheeling a bicycle along the River Foyle before walking casually away has been released by the PSNI in a bid to catch the person...
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Long Island cops monitor Facebook, Twitter to fight crime - Newsday

Long Island cops monitor Facebook, Twitter to fight crime - Newsday | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
Newsday Long Island cops monitor Facebook, Twitter to fight crime Newsday Long Island police are monitoring social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook to fight suspected criminals who are tapping into online technology to scheme, recruit and...
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End of the Silk Road: how did Dread Pirate Roberts get busted?

End of the Silk Road: how did Dread Pirate Roberts get busted? | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
You’ll have seen the owner of notorious online marketplace Silk Road, Ross William Ulbricht, was arrested in a San Francisco public library on Wednesday, California time.
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More crime links to Australian sport, ACC boss John Lawler warns

More crime links to Australian sport, ACC boss John Lawler warns | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
THE Australian Crime Commission doubts it has identified the full extent of organised crime's infiltration into Australian sport.
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Silk Road black market online drugs site seized, FBI arrests owner 'Dread Pirate Roberts'

Silk Road  black market online drugs site seized, FBI arrests owner 'Dread Pirate Roberts' | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
United States federal authorities have charged a man with running Silk Road, a popular online black market for drugs. The authorities identified the man as Ross Ulbricht, who was arrested by FBI agents Tuesday afternoon at a library in San Francisco.
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Why The Obama Administration Is Questioning Suspected Terrorists On Ships

Why The Obama Administration Is Questioning Suspected Terrorists On Ships | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
WASHINGTON -- WASHINGTON (AP) — Instead of sending suspected terrorists to Guantanamo Bay or secret CIA "black" sites for interrogation, the Obama administration is questioning terrorists for as long as it takes aboard U.S.
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Grieving father wants life for Silk Road founder

Grieving father wants life for Silk Road founder | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
A grieving father says the website founder is culpable in his son's death and should spend his life in prison.
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Serial rapist Fardon back in prison after hospital stay

Serial rapist Fardon back in prison after hospital stay | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
Notorious sex offender Robert Fardon is being moved back to prison after a short stint in a Brisbane hospital.
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Using drones and military, U.S. shows it will take down terrorists worldwide - Washington Times

Using drones and military, U.S. shows it will take down terrorists worldwide - Washington Times | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
“Washington Post Using drones and military, U.S. shows it will take down terrorists worldwide Washington Times Current and former intelligence officials said Monday that the clandestine U.S.”
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CCTV: Police release footage after derby disorder - Blackpool Gazette

CCTV: Police release footage after derby disorder - Blackpool Gazette | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
“CCTV: Police release footage after derby disorder Blackpool Gazette A man and woman are being hunted by police after new footage was released following clashes between rival supporters during Blackpool FC's Capital One Cup clash at Preston North...”
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China employs 2 million analysts to monitor web activity

China employs 2 million analysts to monitor web activity | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
Two million analysts are employed by China’s state and commercial clients to monitor people’s opinions posted on social networks, state media reported. Considered a means of feedback, some such analysts report to China’s leaders daily.
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Italians invited to whistle-blow on crime - The Local

Italians invited to whistle-blow on crime - The Local | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
A group of Italian journalists has set up a website akin to Wikileaks inviting the public to blow the whistle on every thing from corruption and organized crime (RT @TheLocalItaly: Italians invited to whistle-blow on crime:
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Study: Predicting Violence In Psychopaths Is 'No More Than Chance' - CBS Local

Study: Predicting Violence In Psychopaths Is 'No More Than Chance' - CBS Local | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
Study: Predicting Violence In Psychopaths Is 'No More Than Chance'
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WASHINGTON (CBS DC) – A new study says that predicting how likely a psychopath is to commit another crime after being freed from jail is 'no more than chance'.
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Beating terrorism means good local policing, not a National Crime Agency - The Guardian

Beating terrorism means good local policing, not a National Crime Agency - The Guardian | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
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Beating terrorism means good local policing, not a National Crime Agency
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In Britain the centralisation of crime-fighting has been a bad joke for years, as the Home Office invents one "British FBI" after another.
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Book review: Breaking News - Sex, Lies & the Murdoch Succession

Book review: Breaking News - Sex, Lies & the Murdoch Succession | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
The best lines in investigative journalist Paul Barry’s new book – Breaking News: Sex, Lies & the Murdoch Succession – are supplied by Lord Conrad Black of Crossharbour, that connoisseur of corporate…...
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Expert says Leighton case shows companies do not take fraud seriously

Expert says Leighton case shows companies do not take fraud seriously | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
A corruption expert says claims of corruption at Leighton Holdings show many Australian companies do not see fraud as a serious risk.
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CCTV plan to deter domestic violence

CCTV plan to deter domestic violence | Surveillance Studies | Scoop.it
Security cameras could be installed on the homes of family violence victims under a plan being considered by police.
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