An Introduction to Predictive Policing

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An Introduction to Predictive Policing

The criminal justice system continues to undergo significant transformations as technology is critical in detecting, investigating, and prosecuting crimes. With further advancements, there is a growing need to leverage AI to address the challenges faced by the Indian justice system. … Read More

Walden v. City of Providence

Linet Christina ThomasCase Summary

Does a law enforcement agency's continuous recording of calls fall under the ordinary course of business exception?

Walden v. City of Providence 495 F.Supp.2d 245 In the United States District Court for the District of Rhode Island Civil Action 04-304 S Before District Judge W.E. Smith Decided on July 06, 2007 Relevancy of the Case: Does a … Read More

United States v. Trotter

Raj PagariyaCase Summary

Whether an attack on a not-for-profit organisation is covered under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act?

United States v. Trotter 478 F.3d 918 In the United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit Case Number 05-4202 Before Circuit Judge Riley, Circuit Judge Melloy, and Circuit Judge Shepherd Decided on February 23, 2007 Relevancy of the … Read More

Ethical Hackers in Police Investigation: Is it legal?

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The number of incidents with the involvement of third parties like ethical hackers, in criminal and civil investigations is on the rise. More than ever now, I have been dealing with such cases of blatant violation of rights of individuals … Read More