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New Speed Cameras Can Spot Multiple Offenses At Once… And Send Off A Ticket Immediately | Techdirt

New Speed Cameras Can Spot Multiple Offenses At Once… And Send Off A Ticket Immediately | Techdirt. 11 November 2010 From the Daily Mail, (so for what it is worth, I do not know), new sets of cameras doing most … Continue reading

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Why Aren’t We Creating A National Digital Library? | Techdirt

Why Aren’t We Creating A National Digital Library? | Techdirt. 11 Octobre 2010 an update on a precedent post https://cybercrimelaws.wordpress.com/2010/01/06/digitalisation…nce-and-the-uk/

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Scammers Sending Out Notices Pretending To Be From HADOPI, Demanding Money For Infringement | Techdirt

Scammers Sending Out Notices Pretending To Be From HADOPI, Demanding Money For Infringement | Techdirt. 3 September 2010

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French ISPs Pushing Back Against Hadopi; Threaten To Ignore Requests | Techdirt

French ISPs Pushing Back Against Hadopi; Threaten To Ignore Requests | Techdirt. 3 Septembre 2010

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5 cybercriminels parmi les plus recherchés – Journal du Net Solutions

5 cybercriminels parmi les plus recherchés – Journal du Net Solutions. 24 June 2010 In French, but a highlight of FBI public information about cybercriminals searched for. No need to understand French to get the message

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Leak: EU pushes for criminalizing non-commercial usages in ACTA | La Quadrature du Net

Leak: EU pushes for criminalizing non-commercial usages in ACTA | La Quadrature du Net. 24 June 2010 If the document is genuine, it fits the recent trend of the EU to resort more and more to criminal sanctions, under the … Continue reading

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Google On China: Yeah, So Apparently The Gov’t Doesn’t Like Us Redirecting All Traffic To Hong Kong | Techdirt

Google On China: Yeah, So Apparently The Gov’t Doesn’t Like Us Redirecting All Traffic To Hong Kong | Techdirt. 29 June 2010 and Google v China, Financial Times 29 June 2010 Hum! Google stops the automatic redirecting to its HK … Continue reading

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Dutch Court Questioning Why Police Outsourced File Sharing Evidence Collection To Industry Group | Techdirt

Dutch Court Questioning Why Police Outsourced File Sharing Evidence Collection To Industry Group | Techdirt. 2nd July 2010 A very interesting decision from the Court of The Hague (Dutch court thus, not Danish, a mistake in the TechDirt post) which … Continue reading

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Fraud – estimatation of victims’ loss

“Microsoft: Phishing losses greatly over-estimated” (ZDNet.uk, 9 January 2009) Just an estimation, so probably an other study will contradict the figures…

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enforcing the law: France and US updates

In France, JDN reported on the Institut de la recherche criminelle de la gendarmerie nationale (the Institute on criminal research of the Gendarmerie nationale, the French police force) and its work in the Fort Rosny-sous-bois (the Fortress…). databases, recognition of … Continue reading

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