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Showing Stories from 25th August 2016 to 26th March 2020
Mobile scanning ID system offered free to police and border forces

Mobile scanning ID system offered free to police and border forces

(26/03/20) System allows officers to scan driving licences and other ID using hands free technology.

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Retention of man's DNA, fingerprints and photo 'violation of privacy'

Retention of man's DNA, fingerprints and photo 'violation of privacy'

(13/02/20) European Court of Human Rights says retention of biometric data by UK force is not proportionate.

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(11/02/20) Live facial recognition 'not fit for police use' say Scottish MPs
Met to deploy live facial recognition technology in targeted locations

Met to deploy live facial recognition technology in targeted locations

(24/01/20) Force to use three mobile systems in 'advertised' operations to target warranted violent offenders.

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(11/12/19) Facebook shuts door on Home Secretary's plea for encryption key (27/11/19) Cleveland sergeant keeps his job after sex offender data found in a skip (22/11/19) HMCIC appeals to new government 'to take justice system seriously' (11/11/19) Rape charities accuse companies of profiting from seized phones (17/10/19) BT to build £28m national police cyber centre (24/09/19) Artificial Intelligence: threats and opportunities (04/09/19) Force can continue trials of facial recognition after high court dismisses legal challenge (27/08/19) Tribunal challenge to police refusal to disclose phone surveillance technology (20/07/19) Hackers post bizarre 'authorised' messages on Met's Twitter account (19/07/19) Halt to facial recognition technology trial urged as MPs question its legality (17/07/19) Advertorial: Leading the Digital Revolution (04/07/19) Stop all live trials of facial recognition technology until 'significant' concerns resolved (02/06/19) Driving data into the DNA of policing (21/05/19) First court battle to challenge police use of facial recognition (15/05/19) 'We have the legal clarity' to use mobile hacking technology, says Police Scotland (25/03/19) Police Federation HQ in second database breach this month (20/10/18) BWV-captured evidence could be destroyed by hackers, expert warns (20/06/18) Apple closes iPhone loophole used to gather intelligence (04/06/18) Detainee sues force after custody footage posted on social media (09/04/18) Force fined £130,000 for losing rape victim interview discs (06/03/18) NPCC lead: 'Public must understand we cannot investigate all reported e-crimes' (26/12/17) Met brings in artificial intelligence to stop mental scarring (23/06/17) Thousands of police passwords for sale on Russian websites (22/03/17) Data protection breaches a growing problem for service, says Federation (25/08/16) Forces sued after breaching data protection to investigate officer
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