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Archived Posts from July 2017

Here are some archived posts from July 2017.

 

Posted 10 months ago ago by admin

Moped gangs are pocketing £2,000 an hour snatching phones from people on the street, police revealed in May as they warned it is no longer safe to walk and talk on your mobile.As officers battle an epidemic of moped muggings, police are now warning the public not to stand on a kerb or street corner with […]

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Posted 10 months ago ago by admin

CHICAGO (WLS) —   There is a new push to reduce cell phone robberies, led by Mayor Rahm Emanuel as he introduced an ordinance to make it harder to sell stolen phones These robberies happen quickly and often violently, when someone reaches over, snatches your cell phone, and it’s gone. “This is something that has touched […]

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Posted 10 months ago ago by admin

Law Firm in Lagos: Blackfriars LLP The recent direction by the Ministry of Information and Communications to the effect that all mobile telecoms operators selling new Subscriber Identification Module (SIM) cards must obtain the data of prospective subscribers and that all previously obtained SIM cards must be registered without delay is no doubt a good […]

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Posted 10 months ago ago by admin

The Lagos State Police PRO, Dolapo Badmus has reiterated the fact that no police officer has the constitutional right to search any citizen’s phones. She made this statement in a YouTube video interview. In her own words, “Your phone is private, it’s your private property because people do a lot of private stuffs on their […]

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Posted 10 months ago ago by admin

An amendment to the law grants some pretty scary new powers to UK law enforcement, allowing them to kill citizens’ means of communication. Law enforcement agencies can remotely disable or restrict a mobile phone if it is suspected of being used for drug dealing or related to it, and in some cases regardless of whether […]

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Posted 10 months ago ago by admin

A new law allowing the German police to hack into mobile phones for even minor crimes, is expected to be passed by the German parliament this week. Currently, the use of a “Staatstrojaner” – government trojan – is only permitted in order to prevent future terrorist attacks. Under the new law, the authorities will be […]

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