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Slaves in the Global Supply Chain

- While formally abolished in most countries, slavery has crept into the global supply chain.

Europe's Car Thieves Go Upscale

- Europe's stolen car industry—a network of thieves, mechanics, document forgers, and car dealers—now targets luxury vehicles.

U.K.: A New Device Stops Youth Loitering and Ticks Off Civil Liberties' Groups

- The Mosquito, an anti-loitering device, delivers a high-pitched squeal only audible, for the most part, to those under the age of 25.

Quebec Police Break Up Hacking Syndicate

- The hacking ring caused $44.3 million in damage and compromised over 100,000 computers in 100 countries.

Gun Laws Criticized After NIU Massacre

- Critics say gun law loopholes allow mentally ill people access to firearms.

Specter: Deport Convicted Illegal Immigrants

- Senator says the cost of incarcerating illegal aliens combined with high rates of recidivism make deportation logical.

Art Heist in Zurich Significant in Terms of Money and Tactics

- A heist in broad daylight in Zurich may signal a new tactic being used by art thieves.

U.K. to Liberalize Police Stop and Search Powers

- Both Labour and Conservative parties want to scrap stop and search forms they say waste police's precious time.

The Potential Dangers of Online Contributions

- Cybersecurity experts warn that phishers' next target may be online political contributions.

Strategies to Combat Youth Violence

- Groups that work to reduce problems that can lead to violence among young people are trying to coordinate their efforts to enhance results.

Tools for Preventing Counterfeiting

- The United States has recently proposed a new Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement. Assuming the treaty gets ratified, the key to its effectiveness will be for it to receive enough funding from the participating governments.

New in Plaintext

- A review of Cyber Crime Investigations - Bridging the Gaps Between Security Professionals, Law Enforcement, and Prosecutors by Anthony Reyes et al.

Police Strive, But Mafia Still Thrives

- The Mafia in Sicily has never been more powerful, or profitable, says a new Italian report.
 




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