News Corp. faces possible corporate charges related to phone hacking and bribery, prosecutors said during the eight-month trial that led to the conviction of former News of the World editor Andy Coulson.
London’s police forces started an anti-terrorism awareness campaign across the capital, with high visibility patrols in crowded places such as shopping centers and transport hubs among the measures planned.
London's police force will start testing smartphone-sized wearable cameras today, deploying 500 of the devices to record a police-eye-view of the city. The Metropolitan Police service is hopeful that the cameras, clipped onto officers' chests, will aid evidence gathering, said James Hulme, a spokesman for the Met.
While reporting on how big data could be used to help law enforcement identify the next felon, or conversely, target innocent people, I heard one anecdote about predictive policing that was decidedly low tech, but no less intriguing.