May 2018

30 May 2018

Crime on the dark web: law enforcement coordination is the only cure

Europol, through the European Cybercrime Centre (EC3), has been supporting the investigation of criminal marketplaces on the dark web for some years by sharing tools, tactics, and techniques. The dark web hosts many of the more critical marketplaces for several criminal organisations and individual illegal activities in Europe and around the world.…

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28 May 2018

Autonomous testing in Europe faces fewer gov’t hurdles

DETROIT -- Self-driving cars are facing fewer hurdles in the UK, Germany, South Korea and Singapore, where governments have enacted legislation allowing public road testing, than in the U.S.

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25 May 2018

Opel to Drop OnStar from 2019

A few years after getting GM’s OnStar service, European carmaker Opel, alongside its British sub-brand Vauxhall, announced they would be giving up the use of the services in a few years' time.

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21 May 2018

Gone in 23 SECONDS! Moment thieves use hi-tech relay device to steal BMW on owner’s driveway by scanning car key fob through the front door

Thieves steal a car parked on the owner's driveway in just 23 seconds by tricking the vehicle's keyless entry system.  

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18 May 2018

From Nottingham to Nairobi: How stolen cars are left ‘soaking’ in busy car parks for up to a week before being taken through Eastern Europe and even as far as AFRICA

Stealing a car electronically means the thief will have started it without the owner’s key. Once inside, the criminal drives to a busy car park or respectable neighbourhood with on-street parking.

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