BENGALURU: City Crime Branch (CCB) sleuths have apparently broadened the scope of their investigation in the Karnataka Premier League (KPL) match-fixing and spot-fixing case. On Monday, they wrote to the Karnataka State Cricket Association and the seven KPL franchises seeking information on various aspects of the league and its stakeholders. Among the 18 questions posed by the CCB to the KSCA, one is on the IPL, with the CCB asking for details of all matches held in Bengaluru in the last two seasons. This translates into information about Royal Challengers Bangalore's 14 home games in the period. While CCB remained mum on the issue, it was obvious that they were following up on leads provided during the probe. From the KSCA, the investigation authorities have also asked for scoresheets of KPL matches held in 2018 and 2019 and the names and contact details of all the players who participated in KPL during the period. It also sought details of franchise owners and KSCA managing … [Read more...] about Bengaluru crime branch wants details of IPL games at Chinnaswamy
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Email By political reporter Henry Belot Updated May 03, 2018 17:47:20 Photo: Home Affairs says limited agencies would have access to the pooled data. (ABC News: Rebecca Trigger) Related Story: Facial recognition camera picks wanted man out of 60,000-strong crowd Related Story: Chinese authorities use facial recognition, public shaming to crack down on crime Related Story: Singapore to test facial recognition on lampposts, stoking privacy fears Related Story: Queensland's face recognition tech sparks 'mass surveillance' warning Map: Australia A national facial recognition scheme could be misused for social surveillance and cracking down on traffic infringements unless tightly controlled, the Law Council has warned.Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton has introduced legislation that would allow his department to store Australian's biometric data in a central hub, and then share it with other government agencies when appropriate.Government officials said the idea was to … [Read more...] about Government’s facial recognition scheme could be abused, lawyers warn
New Delhi: The new breed of hackers is flexing their muscles and now, cybersecurity firms which aim to safeguard your data are being hit right in their backyard -- signaling a worrisome trend for enterprises and governments as encryption is proving to be fundamentally flawed. In a bizarre incident late last month, global cybersecurity firm Palo Alto Networks "admitted" that the personal details of its seven current and former employees had been "inadvertently" published online by a "third-party vendor". The personal details of some past and present employees -- their names, dates of birth and social security numbers -- were exposed online. Palo Alto Networks, however, did not divulge further details on who the third party vendor was and how the personal details of the employees were leaked. San Francisco-based HackerOne which itself is a vulnerability coordination and bug bounty platform and boasts of clients like Starbucks, Instagram, Goldman Sachs, Twitter and Zomato, last … [Read more...] about Cybersecurity Firms Now At Hackers’ Mercy, Who Will Save Us?
● Death toll stands at 49, while 39 remain in hospital ● A two-year-old boy and a 13-year-old boy are among those recovering ● Australian man Brenton Tarrant smiled as he faced court charged with murder ● Second man, Daniel John Burrough, 18, faces multiple charges ● Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern flags “gun laws will change” ● Australia on high alert — extra police deployed to mosques ● World leaders, including British royals, share their horror New Zealand is in grief and shock as it comes to terms with a heinous terrorist attack that killed 49 people in Christchurch yesterday. Prime Minster Jacinda Ardern has now touched down in the city, paying tribute to the dead by wearing a black scarf over her head as she consoled members of the Muslim community at the Canterbury Refugee Centre. “I am feeling the exact same emotions that every New Zealander is facing,” Ardern said. Speaking about the killer’s plans, … [Read more...] about Christchurch remains on high alert as New Zealand searches for answers