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Europol Tells Internet Archive That Much Of Its Site Is 'Terrorist Content' | Techdirt
'The Internet Archive has a few staff members that process takedown notices from law enforcement who operate in the Pacific time zone. Most of the falsely identified URLs mentioned here (including the report from the French government) were sent to us in the middle of the night – between midnight and 3am Pacific – and all of the reports were sent outside of the business hours of the Internet Archive.

The one-hour requirement essentially means that we would need to take reported URLs down automatically and do our best to review them after the fact.

It would be bad enough if the mistaken URLs in these examples were for a set of relatively obscure items on our site, but the EU IRU’s lists include some of the most visited pages on archive.org and materials that obviously have high scholarly and research value.'
eu  europol  policing  france  archive.org  archival  web  freedom  censorship  fail 
9 days ago by jm
Cashing in on ATM Malware - A Comprehensive Look at Various Attack Types
rather unnerving report from Trend Micro / Europol.

'As things stand, it looks like different criminal groups have already graduated from physical to virtual
skimming via malware, thanks to the lack of security measures implemented by commercial banks
worldwide. This is common in Latin America and Eastern Europe, but these criminals are exporting the
technique and have started to victimize other countries.'
atms  banking  security  trend-micro  banks  europol  exploits 
october 2017 by jm

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