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Privacy Decriminalise 46 More Offences Under Companies Law, Says Panel Report

including a mechanism for appeal against orders of Regional Directors before the National Company Law Tribunal. Other matters put up for consideration later include reviewing provisions on ...

Privacy Criminal law: a roundup

Crim PR 19 (as the case involved expert evidence), and the law as explained by Sir Brian Leveson in R v Manchester and Salford Magistrates’ Court [2017] EWHC 3719 (Admin). Prosecutions by...

Privacy Legislature aims to fix audit law requiring criminal probe

The attorney general's office this week did tap authorities in South Dakota to help investigate the Department of Commerce after an audit found it allegedly violated state law on contract bidding.

Privacy The land of the lawless: Māngere, the suburb without a criminal law firm

It's a suburb serviced by the busiest court in the country, yet its residents don't have access to private legal help. There are no criminal law firms in Māngere, and up until recently, there were...

Privacy Cybercriminals Stole £4M From Law Firms in Last Three Years, SRA Says

Firms to have been targeted twice each by scams since the start of 2019 include Mills & Reeve, Watson Farley & Williams and Pennington Manches. Hannah joined Legal Week in May 2018 after...

Privacy AP source: DOJ review of Russia probe now a criminal inquiry

I understand and agree that registration on or use of this site constitutes agreement to its user agreement and privacy policy. DOJ had previously considered it to be an administrative review, and ...

Privacy Use of License Plate Reader Data in Criminal Case Debated in California Appeal

SAN FRANCISCO (CN) – In a case testing the right of law enforcement to track people’s location history and movements through license plate reader data, lawyers urged a California appeals court...

Privacy Cybercriminals Benefitting from Stalled Privacy/Proxy Policy

As a result, it is easier for nefarious registrants to take advantage of privacy/proxy services to maintain enhanced anonymity. This has led to hackers becoming more audacious in their attacks, ...

Privacy Cyber-criminals are the new entrepreneurs in an age of the "feral" Internet of Things

But perhaps the biggest area of risk is the Internet of Things (IoT), suggested Professor Jeremy Watson, Director of the PETRAS Hub, the national centre of excellence for IoT research in the UK.

Privacy Week in review: Umasking cybercriminals, improving incident response, macOS Catalina security

macOS Catalina: Security and privacy improvements Apple has released macOS Catalina (v10.15), a new major release of its desktop operating system, which comes with many functional and security and ...

Privacy Are Criminal Sexual Misconduct Claims Matters of "Public Concern" for Libel Law Purposes …

held that a person's online allegation that his uncle had molested him when the person was a child was a matter of purely "private concern" for libel law purposes. W.J.A. v. D.A. (N.J. 2012).

Privacy Don’t aid criminals under guise of privacy (Letters)

The ACLU and some liberals would have you think that some new tools used by law enforcement -- facial recognition, license plate capture, location detection and surveillance cameras violate your ...

Privacy Abortion Foe Testifies in Criminal Invasion of Privacy Case

David Daleiden, an anti-abortion activist charged with invasion of privacy for filming attendees at National Abortion Federation conferences in California. SAN FRANCISCO (CN) – Anti-abortion...

Privacy How 2020 Democratic candidates want to overhaul criminal justice laws

She calls for ending private prisons, legalizing marijuana and ending the federal sentencing disparity between powder and crack cocaine. Harris, Sanders, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren and ...

Privacy How 2020 Democrats Want to Overhaul Criminal Justice Laws

The Vermont senator told The Associated Press that his chief priority is significantly reducing the country's prison population, using a combination of remedies that include a $25 billion...

Privacy Criminal justice reform turns to list of dishonest police officers

Five years after protests that erupted in Ferguson, Missouri, over the fatal shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown, activists have been pushing prosecutors to create lists of problem police ...

Privacy Commentary: How data privacy laws could make the criminal justice system even more unfair

We’re finally having a long overdue debate about digital privacy, and the legislative efforts underway in the states and in Congress are promising. But if these bills become law as currently...

Privacy Commentary: Data privacy laws could make criminal justice system even more unfair

A cluster of new and proposed state and federal laws will soon make it harder for people accused of crimes to defend themselves. All of these laws are well-intended – to protect privacy by...

Privacy Exclusive: Private border wall effort now under criminal investigation

After repeated requests to unlock and open the private gate, the United States Section of the International Boundary and Water Commission (USIBWC), accompanied by two uniformed law enforcement ...

Privacy Op-Ed: How data privacy laws could make the criminal justice system even more unfair

A cluster of new and proposed state and federal laws will soon make it harder for people accused of crimes to defend themselves. All of these laws are well-intended — to protect privacy by...