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European police chiefs have thrown their support behind British demands for technology companies to urgently transform how they operate to prevent access to child sex abuse, Britain's National Crime Agency (NCA) said on Feb 14.
Nissan's former Chairman Carlos Ghosn, who skipped bail in Japan and turned up in Lebanon, was last seen on surveillance video leaving his Tokyo home alone, presumably to board his getaway plane.
The international police organisation Interpol put off plans to condemn the spread of strong encryption after objections by tech companies and civil liberties advocates, according to two people familiar with the matter.
From online stalking to revenge porn, cases of digital sexual violence have spiked sharply in Singapore, women's rights campaigners warned on Nov 25 as they called for reforms to clamp down on the emerging form of crime.
The international police organisation Interpol plans to condemn the spread of strong encryption in a statement Nov 18 saying it protects child sex predators, three people briefed on the matter told Reuters.
Tens of thousands of posts aimed at fugitive billionaire Guo Wengui and jailed publisher Gui Minhai, Australian study finds.
‘I’m here’: Chinese fugitive suspected in US$2mil swindle gives away her Myanmar bolthole on Tik Tok
Woman and three others accused of targeting elderly and newly rich. Police tracked her to Myanmar after a social media message.
Russian cybersecurity company Group IB is to open a global headquarters in Singapore this year or in early next as part of international expansion plans, chief executive Ilya Sachkov said.
Taiwan is bracing for an onslaught of cyberattacks from mainland China ahead of local elections in November intended to undermine a president who has defied Beijing’s efforts to bring the democratically ruled island under its control.
Shortly after taking over Europol a decade ago, former British MI5 officer Rob Wainwright met with then-FBI Director Robert Mueller to pitch the idea of sharing data, figuring he couldn’t turn the European Union’s budding criminal-intelligence service into a global force without America’s help.