Everything has changed because of the coronavirus, and crime is no exception. Criminals have adapted to the pandemic, and this isn’t the only major challenge facing the police and security services. The appointment of a new national security adviser, and our imminent Brexit, also complicate the efforts of those working to keep us safe.
The new video-conferencing feature will reduce the time and effort of employees in achieving the judicial process.
New Zealand’s government on Monday proposed legislation to ban certain criminals from being anywhere near guns even if they don’t own them, a measure that politicians acknowledge has significant human rights implications.
The operation, which started on Friday, has alarmed many who fear being targeted because of their association with the previous Western-backed regime or the US-led foreign forces who finally withdrew on August 31.
Lots of companies have lately been victimised by ransomware hackers — cybercriminals who infiltrate and encrypt IT systems, then demand money to unlock them. In addition to the much-publicised attack on Colonial Pipeline