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Lawful Interception (LI) is the surveillance method for such electronic communication services with the consent of legal authority. For co-operating against growing terrorism and threats, most countries are now adopting LI and have already conceded
Mushrooming criminal activities and advancement in communication channels has driven the Lawful Interception Market to a high extend. For the purpose of evidences and analysis both, intercepting a private communication has become very essential. LI
Response from the it's-amazing-what-a-little-legal-battle-can-do-for-responsiveness dept The EFF is still uncovering more usage of CBP (Customs and Border Protection) drones by other agencies and far away from what anyone would consider to be the "
These "dumps" provide LEOs with the information gathered every time someone's cell phone contacts the tower, whether it's to make a call, send a text or email or access the web. This vast amount of data being sought is obtained with a court order,
In a groundbreaking agreement, the Victorian Racing Integrity Commissioner and the Australian Crime Commission have announced that they will work closer than ever before to stamp out criminality and corruption in the racing industry with a memorandum
Australia yesterday stepped up its war against outlaw motorcycle gangs, launching a new federal-state strike team in Victoria and announcing plans to stop foreign bikies entering the country...Federal agencies now drawn into the war include the
SouthCoastToday.com firstname.lastname@example.org When the February blizzard hit and buried SouthCoast for days, Acushnet sent out plows and emergency crews in force. Police Chief Michael Alves added some new tools to the snow-fighting arsenal: social media.
The final stages are near completion for the launch of a law enforcement social media network designed exclusively for the men and women in blue. Created by former high-profile New York City police commissioner and Los Angeles Police Chief Bill
More than 1,500 pounds of cocaine seized from a yacht on the island of Vanuatu was probably headed for Queensland in Australia, Australian investigators say. The drugs were found in the hull and lower engine area of the yacht, packaged into neat
Khan 20 August, 2013 Recent incident in Islamabad during which presumably a mentally unstable armed person, with no past record of any violence or criminal act, held the capital city hostage for five hours is a shock for all. The event has exposed