December 31, 2019: The global digital forensics market size is expected to reach USD 4.24 billion by 2025, exhibiting a CAGR of 12.3% during the forecast period, according to a new report by Radiant Insights, Inc.Rising internet penetration, advancements in computing technology, and instances of cyberattacks are some of the key growth driving factors.Enterprises across the globe focus on adopting these tools to identify and avoid cyberattacks.The enterprises have to follow several regulations and compliances regarding consumer data privacy, such as General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018 (CCPA), and Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA), among others.This is expected to encourage the adoption of digital forensic solutions and services.Request a Free Sample Copy of this Report @ https://www.radiantinsights.com/research/digital-forensics-market/request-sampleThe foremost application of digital forensics is found in private and criminal investigation.Factors, such as rising internet penetration, usage of electronic devices, and smart devices, among others have led to a surge in cyberattacks across the globe.
Best Dissolving Glass Analysis Revelation Scientists by Defying Project a Law of ElectricityThe Electricity Project A group of researchers working with electrical flows and silicate glass have been left gobsmacked after the glass seemed to oppose an essential physical law.In the event that you pass an electrical flow through a material, the manner in which that flow creates warmth can be portrayed by Joule's first law."Indeed, even under extremely moderate conditions, we watched vapor of glass that would require a huge number of degrees higher temperature than Joule's law could foresee!"Jain and his associates from materials science organization Corning Incorporated were exploring a wonder they had depicted in a past paper.In 2015, they detailed that an Electricity Project field could diminish the temperature at which glass mollifies, by as much as a couple of hundred degrees.
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A multistate investigation into potential anticompetive behavior by Google has expanded to its search and Android businesses, according to CNBC.Previously, attorneys general from 48 states, Washington, D.C., and Puerto Rico were only looking into Google's digital ads business.The broadened investigation ads to Google's regulatory headaches, which include mulitple investigations.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.A coalition of 50 state attorneys general investigating Google over potential antitrust violations are expanding their probe to look at its search and Android businesses, according to a report from CNBC.The investigation, which includes 48 states, Washington, DC, and Puerto Rico and is being led by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, had originally focused solely on Google's digital advertising business.
Australian detectives have arrested a 38-year-old man as part of an investigation into an unregistered cryptocurrency exchange.The man, a resident in Cairnlea — a Melbourne suburb — was arrested at home, where police seized “a substantial amount of cash and false identification documents.”Authorities also seized a cryptocurrency ATM from a shopping mall in nearby Braybrook, which according to Google Maps is approximately 8 kilometres away from Cairnlea.The investigation began in June after the Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC), a government financial intelligence agency tasked with monitoring transactions, provided intelligence regarding reports of scam activity linked to the ATM.It seems the man had been using the ATM to provide an unregistered cryptocurrency exchange service and continued to do so even after the AUSTRAC handed him with a cease and desist notice on November 1, 2018.It’s likely that Australian law enforcement is well versed with cryptocurrency scams.
Last week, David Heinemeier Hansson, a software developer, took to Twitter after he and his wife applied for the Apple Card and compared their spending limits.Hansson clarified that his wife, Jamie Hansson, had a better credit than he did, yet her application for a credit line increase was denied.Hansson pointed out that the ‘sexist program’ gets even worse.After Hansson’s tweet went viral, the New York’s Department of Financial Services announced on Saturday that they’re launching an investigation into Goldman Sachs, the investment bank who provide the Apple Card, and the algorithm used by Apple Card to determine the “creditworthiness” of applicants.The @AppleCard is such a fucking sexist program.Yet Apple’s black box algorithm thinks I deserve 20x the credit limit she does.
Last week, our investigation into some odd transactions at Honestbee under former CEO Joel Sng finally dropped.Such articles validate Tech in Asia’s decision to go the paywall route.To give you a sense of what it took to get this out, we had to conduct numerous conversations with sources, parse through pages of documents, do meticulous fact-checking, and vet the story with a lawyer.Having subscribers gives us the resources to pursue in-depth reporting.But it’s not all about economics.Ex-employees have told me how their lives have been negatively affected by their stints at Honestbee, and how our coverage serves as a form of catharsis for them.
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The allegations started through tweets by David Heinemeier Hansson, who is behind the popular Ruby on Rails programming tool.Hansson claimed gender bias after he and his wife applied for an Apple Card, with different results.The @AppleCard is such a fucking sexist program.My wife and I filed joint tax returns, live in a community-property state, and have been married for a long time.Yet Apple’s black box algorithm thinks I deserve 20x the credit limit she does.— DHH (@dhh) November 7, 2019
A new investigation by The New York Times found that the internet's largest tech platforms are failing to effectively shut down the giant portions of online child sexual abuse material.Massive inconsistencies across tech companies and platforms in addressing the material leave gaping holes that pedophiles and criminals easily exploit.The online population of abusive content is growing and can remain online undetected, and children are often blocked from getting photos and videos of their abuse taken down, even long after their abusers are caught.However, massive inconsistencies across tech companies and platforms in addressing the material leave gaping holes that pedophiles and criminals, like traffickers, easily exploit.With pedophiles meeting on various chat apps and sharing images on cloud storage, tech companies are struggling to effectively shut down the sharing of material across the board, meaning that the online population of abusive content is growing and can remain online undetected, and children are blocked from getting photos and videos of their abuse taken down.Two sisters told the Times that 10 years after their father recorded abusing them and posted it online, they live in fear long after he went to jail as photos and videos of them were found in over 130 previous child sexual abuse investigations.
A viral tweet has prompted a formal investigation of the newly launched Apple Card for alleged gender discrimination in the way it sets and determines credit limits.Web programmer and author David Heinemeier Hansson shared on Twitter that he was offered 20 times the credit limit of his wife, and when he confronted customer service representatives, they were dismissive of the issue.In response, a Wall Street regulator is opening a probe into Goldman Sachs Group Inc.'s algorithmic practices around the Apple Card, Bloomberg reported.Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.A viral tweet thread has prompted a formal investigation into alleged gender discrimination in the Apple Card's credit limit algorithm.Apple's new credit card, which operates almost entirely from the iPhone's Wallet app, officially launched in September to significant fanfare.
The board of Google's parent company, Alphabet, is looking into the company's handling of sexual-misconduct allegations, according to CNBC.It has formed a special committee to look into the matter and has hired an outside law firm to help with the investigation, according to the report.Among other things, the investigation will look into the conduct of David Drummond, Alphabet's chief legal officer, who had an affair and a child with a subordinate and is accused of having other affairs with women in his department.The investigation follows a shareholder lawsuit that accuses the company of covering up sexual misconduct and a worldwide walkout by company employees over its handling of sexual-harassment claims.The board of directors at Alphabet, Google's parent company, has launched an investigation into the company's handling of sexual-misconduct allegations, including those made against its chief legal officer, David Drummond, CNBC reported on Wednesday.The board has created a special committee to oversee the inquiry, according to the report.
US federal investigators have determined an Uber self-driving car that killed 49-year-old pedestrian Elaine Herzberg in the American city of Tempe, Arizona in March 2018 lacked programming to either recognise or respond to the presence of jaywalkers on the road, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday.The US National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) released 400 pages of documents on the fatal collision on Tuesday, finding numerous “safety and design lapses” but stopping short of identifying the cause of the accident, Bloomberg wrote.Specifically, NTSB investigators determined that the Uber SUV’s “system design did not include a consideration for jaywalking pedestrians” – as well as that Uber built in a one-second delay between crash detection and action to avoid false positives and disabled a Volvo auto-braking system that could have reduced the speed of the car.(As Wired has reported, Carnegie Mellon University electrical engineer Raj Rajkumar said that last decision made sense due to the possibility of conflicts between Uber’s self-driving tech and Volvo systems.)The autonomous car’s systems did spot Herzberg approximately 5.6 seconds before the collision but classified her as a number of different objects and failed to realise an impact was imminent.Each time it did so, the car had to calculate a new trajectory for the obstacle.
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra said Wednesday that Facebook has failed to cooperate in a state investigation into the social network's privacy and business practices, prompting his office to take legal action against the company.The move illustrates how tensions between the government and the world's largest social network have been heating up amid accusations that it's failed to protect the privacy of its nearly 2.5 billion users.Becerra said in a press conference that since spring 2018 the state has been looking into allegations that Facebook violated California law and whether the company deceived users and misrepresented its privacy practices.The probe started after revelations surfaced that UK political consultancy Cambridge Analytica harvested the Facebook data of up to 87 million users without their permission.When you consider the personal information that we all supply to Facebook, every single day," Becerra said during the press conference.In a petition filed in the San Francisco Superior Court, the attorney general alleges that Facebook refused to comply with a subpoena and requests for documents including correspondence such as e-mails and text messages involving Facebook executives.
California’s attorney general Xavier Becerra has accused Facebook of “continuing to drag its feet” by failing to provide documents to the state’s investigation into Facebook and Cambridge Analytica.The attorney general said in a court filing Wednesday that Facebook had provided a “patently deficient” response to two sets of subpoenas for the previously undisclosed investigation started more than a year ago.“Facebook has provided no answers for nineteen interrogatories and produced no documents in response to six document requests,” the filing said.Among the documents sought are communications by executives, including chief executive Mark Zuckerberg and chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg, and documentation relating to the company’s privacy changes.The filing said the social media giant was “failing to comply with lawfully issued subpoenas and interrogatories” for what the attorney general says involves “serious allegations of unlawful business practices by one of the richest companies in the world,” referring to Facebook.Becerra is now asking a court to compel Facebook to produce the documents.
Alcohol breath tests, used by police stations across the country to convict drunk drivers, often produce inaccurate results, a New York Times investigation found.The skewed results can be from problems with software or how police stations maintain hardware.Still, the tests are highly regarded as accurate by law enforcement.Now, judges and states are starting to question the tests and throw out thousands of convictions.That can help some who were wrongly convicted, but also could let dangerous drivers off the hook.Alcohol breath tests, used by police stations across the country, often produce results that are incorrect, an investigation by the New York Times found.
The U.S. government launched a national security investigation into the popular app TikTok on Friday — looking expressly into the Chinese company’s acquisition of the app Musical.ly.TikTok purchased the company for $1 billion roughly two years ago.The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) is reportedly investigating the deal now in part because TikTok did not seek clearance from CFIUS when it acquired the company.In October, TikTok came under fire for hosting ISIS propaganda videos on the platform.On October 21, reports indicated that the service removed around two dozen accounts from the platform for posting extremist propaganda.Its parent company, Bytedance, was also accused by lawmakers of censoring content on the platform at the request of the Chinese government.
New details about the WhatsApp hack that occurred earlier this year have emerged, revealing that senior government officials in multiple US-allied countries were targeted according to those familiar with the company's on-going investigation.The sources familiar with the Facebook-owned company's internal investigation have said that a “significant “ portion of the known victims of the hack are either high-profile government or military officials in at least 20 countries on five continents.This means that the WhatsApp hack could have much broader political and diplomatic consequences than previously thought.WhatsApp recently filed a lawsuit against the Israeli cyber intelligence firm NSO Group which it believes built and sold a hacking platform that exploited a flaw in its servers to enable others to hack into the smartphones of at least 1,400 users of the company's messaging app.At this time, it is still unclear as to who used the NSO Group's software to hack the smartphones of government and military officials but the firm has said that it sells its spyware exclusively to government customers.According to people familiar with the investigation, some victims are in the US, UAE, Bahrain, Mexico, Pakistan and India.
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