Govt funding starts flowing to agencies in real-time
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NSW Police smash fake telco technician scam syndicate
Claimed to need remote access to fix internet flaw.
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Should AI be in charge of sentencing Australia's criminals?
Swinburne researchers put forward their case.
Jan 30 2018 11:10AM
Brandis wants two-year jail sentence for re-identifying govt data
Researchers not automatically exempt.
Oct 12 2016 5:07PM
NIST tests biometrics algorithms for tattoo-matching database
Working with the FBI to automate identification.
May 30 2016 6:11AM
NSW Police to overhaul FOI system
Long-awaited replacement to paper-based interim solution.
Mar 11 2014 4:18PM
How the Crime Commission is taking on unstructured data
ACID system under review.
Nov 18 2013 7:01AM
WA Police to replace troubled evidence system
Briefcase out following two investigations.
Oct 24 2013 6:42AM
NSW Police smash alleged telco fraud ring
Five arrests so far.
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Megaupload trial could be dropped
FBI allegedly can't serve foreign company criminal papers.
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Australian agencies request more Google user data
Upward trend continues.
Oct 26 2011 6:20AM
SAP pays Oracle $US20m in criminal case
New twist in download saga.
Sep 14 2011 7:03AM
Leaked ACTA document reveals push for criminal sanctions
Copyright infringement could be punished by jail terms.
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Security industry 'not making much difference'
500 percent increase in malware last year.
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Commentary: Microsoft can help kill fake antivirus threat
Redmond should whitelist legitimate security firms.
Oct 21 2009 2:30PM
Malware being distributed through eBay-style marketplace
Open source malware now accounts for as much as 10% of the overall malware marketplace as criminals cotton onto the many benefits of adaptable code.
Sep 23 2009 10:07AM
TJX ringleader pleads guilty
One of the leaders of an international ring of credit card thieves on Friday pleaded guilty to multiple federal charges, including conspiracy, computer fraud, access device fraud and identity theft.
Sep 15 2009 12:00PM
Hackers to plead guilty to TJX hacking
Faces up to 25 years in jail, with one trial to go.
Aug 31 2009 10:38AM
Russia-based criminal mobile malware found
The first mobile malware designed to steal money has been detected, although security experts do not believe the Russian-based, proof-of-concept trojan poses a threat.
Feb 28 2006 9:41PM
Spyware’s criminal tendency
Oct 21 2005 5:17PM
IM virus surge marks new criminal turf war
An increase in the number of instant messenging (IM) viruses marks the start of a new war between virus writers, according to a virus expert.
Mar 7 2005 4:23PM
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