Another 500 Post Office staff could have been wrongfully convicted

Five hundred more Post Office staff could have been wrongfully convicted for theft.  The shocking number of new cases emerged after bosses delved through records as part of attempts to improve fractured relations with postmasters.  Their findings suggest there could be nine times more wrongful convictions for theft, false accounting …

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Apple, Google to adapt phones for virus infection tracking

Apple and Google are cooperating on a new program to support software developers in their efforts to develop contact tracing apps during the COVID-19 pandemic. In May, the companies will jointly release an API (application programming interface)  and additional ‘operating system-level technology’ that will allow iOS and Android devices to …

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New ‘upskirting’ legislation places four guys behind bars

Four men have been imprisoned in the year considering that the ‘upskirting’ law was introduced in England and also Wales, numbers show. Figures from the Crown Prosecution Solution show 16 guys have been convicted of 48 offenses since April 12, 2019, following a top-level campaign to produce a particular regulation …

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