Andy Coulson’s phone ‘hacked by private investigator’ + MORE

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Surveillance in the workplace: Where does Privacy stop?

Does the government’s intention of protecting the public from unethical investigations apply to the workplace? We look at ‘employment investigations’ and who just might require licensing under the Private Security Industry Act 2001……..

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Missing Wisconsin teen found alive in Mexico 9 years later

MILWAUKEE (Reuters) – A Wisconsin woman who was a teenager when she disappeared nine years ago has been located in Mexico, living there with her husband and three children, police said on Thursday.

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NEW YORK (AP) — In the many years he spent as a trader at Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities LLC, David Kugel learned that investments that Madoff claimed to be making for clients were fiction….

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City Room: New York Today: A Hispanic Police Commissioner?What you need to know for Tuesday: Jockeying for top cop, robot head bangers and actual snow.

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Kate Gosselin‘s not giving up in her quest to win the lawsuit she filed against ex-husband Jon Gosselin for wiretapping, hacking, and identity theft. Claiming that Jon aided author Robert Hoffman in stealing all her private information and then using it against her in Hoffman’s tell-all book, she put forth a multi-million dollar lawsuit against Jon and Robert…

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According to Mexican law enforcement officials, a man who served in the U.S. military and as a police officer in Texas had been leading a 16-member gang that’s blamed for several violent crimes. The suspect, 32, is known by two names: Luis Ricardo Gonzalez Garcia and Javier Aguirre Cardenas.» E-Mail This     » Add to Del…

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Andy Coulson’s phone ‘hacked by private investigator working for his own newspaper’

Andy Coulson’s phone was hacked by a private investigator working for his own newspaper, a court has heard.

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Your Privacy Depends on the Winning the Fight in Congress Over NSA Dragnet Spying + MORE

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Chris Brown released from custody

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The R&B singer is accused of assault following an argument in Washington DC and will return to court next month.

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama may ban U.S. spying on allied leaders as part of a review of intelligence gathering, a senior Obama administration official said on Tuesday amid a diplomatic uproar over the National Security Agency’s surveillance ability.

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Your Privacy Depends on the Winning the Fight in Congress Over NSA Dragnet Spying

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Your Privacy Depends on the Winning the Fight in Congress Over NSA Dragnet SpyingSource: reason.com — Tuesday, October 29, 2013At the Cato Institute’s NSA spying conference a couple of weeks back, Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) warned that the pro-NSA “business as usual” crowd on Congressional intelligence committees would introduce legislation blessing the spy agency’s massive domestic cybersurveillance operations…

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Since the demonstrations flared in the summer, confrontations with police have become a daily occurrence. Overnight, protesters burned buses and tractor trailers.» E-Mail This     » Add to Del.icio.us

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AURORA, Colo. (AP) — Authorities are offering a $10,000 reward for information that could help them find a man who reportedly tried to kidnap an 8-year-old girl from her bedroom in suburban Denver….

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VIENNA (Reuters) – The U.N. nuclear watchdog and Iran held “very productive” talks this week on how to advance a long-blocked investigation into Iranian atomic activities and will meet again in Tehran next month, they said in a rare joint statement on Tuesday.

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~ John L. Morris

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How FBI brought down cyber-underworld site Silk Road + MORE

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Social Media Investigations, Part 2: Peeling Back the LayersWhen it comes to sleuthing social sites, getting a screenshot of a Facebook post doesn’t cut it. In some cases, you may need to establish relevance before you investigate a site, and you’ll need more than just a person’s posts—you’ll need the underlying metadata.
Eli Rosenblatt explores recent case law and defines some best practices for collecting, authenticating, and preserving social media evidence in civil and criminal cases…

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Cantaloupe farmers to plead guilty in listeria outbreak

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Two Colorado cantaloupe farmers are expected to plead guilty in the 2011 listeria outbreak that killed 33 people.

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A behind-the-scenes look at the federal agents’ digital detective work.

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To a hammer, everything looks like a nail—sometimes computer forensics experts forget the simple sleuthing techniques of asking questions and observing human behavior.
A good cyber-investigator applies not only high-tech skills, but old-school gumshoe know-how. Here’s how.
As cyber-crime investigations require more and more tech-savvy, I see investigators struggling to keep their knowledge current, spending thousands of dollars on the latest information security certifications…and often, neglecting the low-tech investigative skills of simple critical thinking…

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CENTENNIAL, Colo. (AP) — The battle over what evidence can be used against Colorado theater shooting defendant James Holmes is turning to the testimony of bomb technicians and explosives experts….

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~ John L. Morris

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