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In a white-collar case, the prosecutors have the FBI on their side. A private lawyer can’t call on armed agents to investigate a case. Hiring a good private investigator, then, can make all the difference. 709 more words
An interesting article about Norse’s upgrades to its ipviking system indicate that China may not be quite as bad as we previously thought:
3C: So what have you discovered? 72 more words
I have seen far too many cases where private investigators do things like install keyloggers on estranged-spouses computers, install sniffer programs to find their login credentials, and do other nefarious activities to hack their way into computers. 90 more words
London has been the centre of one of the biggest counter cybercrime operations with 35 out of the 57 arrests made across the UK.
100 police officers have been deployed this week in raids by Britain’s National Crime Agency and Met Police FALCON units, the Territorial Support Group (TSG) and local police teams. 801 more words
Read my latest post on Norse’s DarkMatters: Will Changes to the CFAA Deter Hackers?
Pestmaster: U.S. District Court affirms Fidelity Insurer’s Intent on Scope of Computer Fraud and Funds Transfer Fraud Coverages
In Pestmaster Services, Inc. v. Travelers Casualty and Surety Company of America, the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California granted partial summary judgment in favour of Travelers on a claim advanced under its Computer Fraud and Funds Transfer Fraud coverages. 841 more words