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"Human Flesh Searching": Ad-Hoc Internet Justice - China Digital ...

"Human Flesh Searching": Ad-Hoc Internet Justice - China Digital ... | Internet Crime | Scoop.it
“Flesh searchers feel like they are sharing information in a system that does not have a comprehensive or consistent rule of law,” explained global tech sociologist, ethnographer and blogger Tricia Wang.
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Google Maps Help Predict Meth Labs Before They Open | Fast Company

Google Maps Help Predict Meth Labs Before They Open | Fast Company | Internet Crime | Scoop.it
The same maps that can help you find your way to the mall can help the police predict where meth labs will pop up next. Here's a look inside the strange, fascinating world of geospatial predictive analysis.
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Kylie Minogue raises alarm over 'online stalker'

Kylie Minogue raises alarm over 'online stalker' | Internet Crime | Scoop.it
Pop princess Kylie Minogue “alerted” police after she was targeted by an online stalker.
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Drones over U.S. get OK by Congress

Drones over U.S. get OK by Congress | Internet Crime | Scoop.it
Look! Up in the sky! Is it a bird? Is it a plane? It’s … a drone, and it’s watching you. That’s what privacy advocates fear from a bill Congress passed this week to make it easier for the government to fly unmanned spy planes in U.S.
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A Cop Chased Himself For 20 Minutes Because CCTV Confused Him With a Suspect

A Cop Chased Himself For 20 Minutes Because CCTV Confused Him With a Suspect | Internet Crime | Scoop.it
On a cold, dark night on the mean streets of the UK, an undercover police officer was radioed and informed that a potential suspect was close by. Keen to do the right thing, he set off in hot pursuit.
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Cybersquatting May Become A Crime In Nigeria | The Domains

Cybersquatting May Become A Crime In Nigeria | The Domains | Internet Crime | Scoop.it
Cybersquatting May Become A Crime In Nigeria. 2011 October 21. by MHB. According to a report in AllAfrica.com out today, Nigeria is considering criminalizing Cybersqautting. “”Cybersquatting is the registering, trafficking in, or using a ...
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Wireless Surveillance Digicam Put in In Hypersensitive Locations ...

There are various kinds of surveillance cameras in the marketplace. They can be employed outdoors or indoors. The houses or even the industrial things may use these surveillance equipments. You will find phony cameras ...
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New York Civil Liberties Union: Stop blanket surveillance of ‘Occupy Wall St.’ | The Raw Story

New York Civil Liberties Union: Stop blanket surveillance of ‘Occupy Wall St.’ | The Raw Story | Internet Crime | Scoop.it
RT @PatrioticLogic: New York Civil Liberties Union: Stop blanket surveillance of ‘Occupy Wall St.’ | The Raw Story: http://t.co/HEkrRWJD via @AddThis...
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With the Internet, your car could be hacked - msnbc.com

With the Internet, your car could be hacked - msnbc.com | Internet Crime | Scoop.it
msnbc.comWith the Internet, your car could be hackedmsnbc.comOn the Internet, nobody knows you're a dog, or a slob, or more important, a badass criminal hacker up to no good.
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'Wi-fi refugees' shelter in West Virginia mountains

'Wi-fi refugees' shelter in West Virginia mountains | Internet Crime | Scoop.it
Americans who claim to have been made ill by wi-fi and mobile phones seek refuge in a West Virginian mountain community where such devices are banned.
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Computer sends police to likely crime scenes - STLtoday.com

Computer sends police to likely crime scenes - STLtoday.com | Internet Crime | Scoop.it
ABC NewsComputer sends police to likely crime scenesSTLtoday.comPredictive policing is attracting attention as departments struggle to fight crime as budgets are slashed. The arrests were routine.
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The Crime of the Century, Identity Theft

A crime so predictable yet it's one of the hardest crimes to not only stop but detect for years to come. Fact is, so hard that no one knows how or where to begin to stop it. Our government tells.
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Crime to be reported to police on Facebook - BBC News

Crime to be reported to police on Facebook - BBC News | Internet Crime | Scoop.it
stv.tvCrime to be reported to police on FacebookBBC NewsThe 'Made From Crime' initiative will allow internet users to report their concerns online, anonymously if they wish, through an advert on the site.
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Assange and Cypherpunks: Freedom and the Future of the Internet ...

Assange and Cypherpunks: Freedom and the Future of the Internet ... | Internet Crime | Scoop.it
Julian Assange is set to publish a book based on his interview with the people he believes know the solution to the problems of privacy and freedom. The new piece develops the ideas of the cutting-edge thinkers brought to ...
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Teenager speaks out about internet predator - TVNZ

Teenager speaks out about internet predator - TVNZ | Internet Crime | Scoop.it
Teenager speaks out about internet predatorTVNZA teenage girl groomed for sex by an older man on the internet says she just wanted to find someone who "understood her".
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How can Europe ensure a safer internet? | Debating Europe

How can Europe ensure a safer internet? | Debating Europe | Internet Crime | Scoop.it
Today is “European Safer Internet Day 2012“, an initiative co-funded by the European Commission to promote safer and more responsible use of online technology. Yes, it's possible to be cynical about “European Safer ...
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Internet Reflects, Magnifies the Opportunities and Dangers of the Real World - Huffington Post (blog)

Internet Reflects, Magnifies the Opportunities and Dangers of the Real World - Huffington Post (blog) | Internet Crime | Scoop.it
Telegraph.co.ukInternet Reflects, Magnifies the Opportunities and Dangers of the Real WorldHuffington Post (blog)This week I spoke at Russia's Safer Internet Day Conference and thought I'd share an edited version my remarks.
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TONIGHT: Flashmob Against Walmart and Corporate Greed

TONIGHT: Flashmob Against Walmart and Corporate Greed | Internet Crime | Scoop.it
* Check back at 6:15 for full details Who: Occupiers, community members, labor unionists, the 99% What: Flashmob against the corporate greed of the 1% When/Where: Tonight, Thursday, Oct 20th Action briefing – 5:30pm at McPherson Sq.
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Wired.com: Surveillance missions over Afghanistan quadruple « UK ...

Wired.com: Surveillance missions over Afghanistan quadruple « UK ... | Internet Crime | Scoop.it
by ukforcesafghanistan. In mid-2009, as the Pentagon began sending a slew of new spy planes to Afghanistan, a top military official joked that the US was about to “blot out the sun” with all the new surveillance drones there.
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Crime cameras to be up before Halloween - KSWO

Crime cameras to be up before HalloweenKSWOAUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Police plan to install 17 crime cameras on Austin's East Sixth Street in time for the city's Halloween celebration, which brings thousands of people downtown.
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FBI Official Backs Alternative Internet to Secure Critical Systems - eWeek

FBI Official Backs Alternative Internet to Secure Critical Systems - eWeek | Internet Crime | Scoop.it
Sydney Morning HeraldFBI Official Backs Alternative Internet to Secure Critical SystemseWeekCyber-attackers are outpacing the defenders, so it's time to move the critical systems to an alternative Internet that is secure and restricted, an FBI...
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Study: D.C. crime camera system is futile - Washington Times

Study: D.C. crime camera system is futile - Washington Times | Internet Crime | Scoop.it
Surveillance cameras operated by the D.C. police department have failed to reduce crime as has occurred in other cities, in part because of the way the cameras are set up and monitored, according to a critical study of the four-year program.
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Attack of the trolls

Attack of the trolls | Internet Crime | Scoop.it
An internet "troll" has been jailed for mocking dead teenagers on websites. So what is trolling and why do people do it?
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Citizens chart crime using social media - Aljazeera.net

Citizens chart crime using social media - Aljazeera.net | Internet Crime | Scoop.it
Aljazeera.netCitizens chart crime using social mediaAljazeera.netIn Latin America, a region with some of the highest crime rates, new online tools help people report and map crime.
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China TV Escalates Criticism of Baidu - Wall Street Journal

China TV Escalates Criticism of Baidu - Wall Street Journal | Internet Crime | Scoop.it
DailyTechChina TV Escalates Criticism of BaiduWall Street JournalThe extraordinary attacks pit China's most important propaganda outlet against one of its most prominent Internet companies—one that, while privately owned, has long been seen as a government...
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