Both the Freebandz Gang and its crimes would have been quickly forgotten as garden variety larceny were it not for the way it stole people’s identities.
ISTANBUL (AP) — Turkish crime scene investigators dressed in coveralls and gloves entered the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul on Monday, nearly two weeks after the disappearance and alleged slaying of Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi there. Police officers carrying files and equipment walked through the heavy metal doors of the consulate after sunset, carrying out an extraordinary search of a diplomatic post that is otherwise considered foreign soil under international law as worldwide concern grows for the missing Washington Post columnist.
Of course, they were not expecting that!
How should a court rule when the subject of an order to compel decryption of a device pleads the Fifth Amendment?
The leading First Amendment and media law expert Floyd Abrams discusses Russia collusion case.
This is obviously a Saudis not giving a fuck case from an intel perspective … and may be slightly giving some from a PR one. A remote to very unlikely chance of an elaborate ruse, him showing up and creating a reverse-conspiracy confidence crisis though.
The public interest will be served by releasing intelligence information on what happened to the missing Saudi journalist.
The dispatching of tailored medical expertise for the occasion seems not to be a uniquely Russian method.
Turkish investigators are looking into the case of Mr. Khashoggi, a Saudi journalist who entered the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul on Oct. 2 and vanished.
A major U.S. telecommunications company discovered manipulated hardware from Super Micro Computer Inc. in its network and removed it in August, fresh evidence of tampering in China of critical technology components bound for the U.S., according to a security expert working for the telecom company.
He is in Texas but has a Joisey accent: goivernment!
Last month the European Court of Human Rights found that various U.K. surveillance practices violate the Right to Privacy in the European Convention. The case is a great opportunity to better
Lawyers and privacy advocates alike should pay careful attention to the “priority actions” in the National Cyber Strategy related to surveillance and criminal law reform.