The Guardian: Campaign launched to catch ‘Europe’s most wanted women’

The Guardian: Campaign launched to catch ‘Europe’s most wanted women’. “Europe’s policing agency has launched a campaign to catch the continent’s most wanted female criminals. Europol’s new website, called the Crime Has No Gender campaign, reveals the faces of fugitives wanted by 21 EU countries in an interactive way. Eighteen of them are women.”

Bleeping Computer: What Your Personal Information is Worth to Cybercriminals

Bleeping Computer: What Your Personal Information is Worth to Cybercriminals. “Cybercriminals have multiple markets to get illicit goods and prices on these underground forums are likely driven by supply and demand, just like in the legal economy. Offerings found on deep and dark web (DDW) markets include anything that can be monetized in one way or another. Common goods cover any financial information that can be used for bank fraud.”

Ku’Ku’Kwes News: All documents of the Royal Commission on the Donald Marshall, Jr. Prosecution now available online

Ku’Ku’Kwes News: All documents of the Royal Commission on the Donald Marshall, Jr. Prosecution now available online. “The complete archive of a 1990 royal commission report that examined how systemic racism in played a role in the wrongful murder conviction of a Nova Scotia Mi’kmaw man in 1971 is now available online. All documents pertaining to the Royal Commission on the Donald Marshall, Jr. Prosecution have been digitized and uploaded to the Nova Scotia Public Archives’ website. The collection includes all seven volumes of the royal commission report, notes, transcripts, submissions and evidence pertaining to Marshall’s trial and appeal court hearings.”

CNET: Shooting near German synagogue was livestreamed on Twitch

CNET: Shooting near German synagogue was livestreamed on Twitch. “A shooting Wednesday that killed two people outside a German synagogue during one of the most important Jewish holidays was livestreamed for 35 minutes on Twitch. The video has since been removed from the streaming platform, but it was uploaded to other video sites.”

MIT News: Using machine learning to hunt down cybercriminals

MIT News: Using machine learning to hunt down cybercriminals. “Existing efforts to detect IP hijacks tend to look at specific cases when they’re already in process. But what if we could predict these incidents in advance by tracing things back to the hijackers themselves? That’s the idea behind a new machine-learning system developed by researchers at MIT and the University of California at San Diego (UCSD).”

BT: Scanners employed to catalogue knife wounds

BT: Scanners employed to catalogue knife wounds. “High-tech scanners are being used to create a ‘catalogue’ of knife wounds that can be matched to different blades. Detectives say the database will mean they can identify what kind of knife has been used in a stabbing, making it easier to catch criminals. The method involves using state of the art CT scanning technology like that seen in hospitals, to create an image of the injury which can then be saved and stored.”