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How ‘Fontgate’ Could Bring Down Pakistan’s Premier - Bloomberg
"The prime minister’s daughter, Maryam Sharif, provided a letter dated 2006 that she said showed she transferred property deeds to her brother. It was written in Calibri font, which the investigation team noted wasn’t released commercially until 2007."
fonts  crime 
2 days ago by kevan
Inspector gadget: how smart devices are outsmarting criminals | Technology | The Guardian
"He said he grabbed some possessions and jumped out a window. Investigators pulled data from his pacemaker which, according to a cardiologist, undermined Compton’s account."
technology  surveillance  crime  lies 
26 days ago by kevan
FBI offers rewards to stop laser attacks on airplanes - CBS News
"Aiming a laser at an aircraft is a federal crime. Since the FBI began tracking laser strikes in 2005, there has been a more than 1,100 percent increase in the deliberate targeting of aircraft by people with handheld lasers."
light  crime  transport  police 
october 2014 by kevan
StarCityGames.com - Counterfeit Cards
"Based on the current Magic [the Gathering] economy, I cannot name a single thing in the entire world that is as easy to counterfeit as a Magic card that would provide a higher rate of return."
games  cards  illusions  crime  china 
january 2014 by kevan
FakeTV - The Burglar Deterrent
"FakeTV is a small electronic device that produces exactly the same sort of light a real television makes. From outside after dusk, it looks like someone must be home watching TV."
television  illusions  crime 
august 2013 by kevan
Could Reddit, 4Chan find the Boston bombers using social media? | memeburn
"After authorities released an image of one of the backpacks believed to be involved in the bombings, members of the online community got to work."
crime  surveillance  web 
april 2013 by kevan
Alfred Anaya Put Secret Compartments in Cars. So the DEA Put Him in Prison | Threat Level | Wired.com
"To continue the unlatching sequence, you must activate the rear defroster while simultaneously pushing two window switches on the driver’s door."
design  secrets  drugs  crime  transport 
april 2013 by kevan
America's Real Criminal Element: Lead | Mother Jones
"In a 2000 paper (PDF) he concluded that if you add a lag time of 23 years, lead emissions from automobiles explain 90 percent of the variation in violent crime in America. Toddlers who ingested high levels of lead in the '40s and '50s really were more likely to become violent criminals in the '60s, '70s, and '80s."
crime  metal  science  poison 
january 2013 by kevan
BBC News - The hum that helps to fight crime
"For the last seven years, at the Metropolitan Police forensic lab in south London, audio specialists have been continuously recording the sound of mains electricity. [...] Any digital recording made anywhere near an electrical power source, be it plug socket, light or pylon, will pick up this noise and it will be embedded throughout the audio."
sound  electricity  crime  secrets 
december 2012 by kevan
Thief scales Tower of London walls to steal drawbridge keys from unlocked sentry box in embarrassing security blunder - Crime - UK - The Independent
"The set of keys opened drawbridges, a conference room and a restaurant, with the Tower forced to spend thousands of pounds replacing locks."
crime  london 
november 2012 by kevan
‘Bike Thief’ - NYTimes.com
"I locked my own bike up and then proceeded to steal it, using brazen means — like a giant crowbar — in audacious locations, including directly in front of a police station. I wanted to find out whether onlookers or the cops would intervene."
crime  transport 
august 2012 by kevan
Arrest Blair
"Anyone attempting an arrest which meets the rules laid down here will be entitled to one quarter of the money collected at the time of his or her application. Money donated to this site will be used for no other purpose than to pay bounties for attempts to arrest Tony Blair."
politics  crime  money  via:minkette 
july 2012 by kevan
Debit Card (needadebitcard) on Twitter
People cheerfully posting photos of their credit cards. "RT @cfandel20 got my debit card today! http://pic.twitter.com/wVad3nLC"
money  crime  delusions  via:tomscott 
july 2012 by kevan
Metal theft raid yields major haul - Metropolitan Police Service
"Hundreds of memorial plaques from churches and crematoriums, a statue of Christ and entire intact cross, a giant ornamental Oriental dragon statue and copper cabling were among a major haul of items seized by [police]."
metal  crime 
may 2012 by kevan
Crossword writer accused of coded message to kill Chavez's brother - Telegraph
"Answers to clues included "Adan", "asesinen" (meaning "kill") and "rafaga" (which can mean either a burst of gunfire, or a gust of wind)."
crosswords  secrets  crime 
may 2012 by kevan
The Shard Of Glass | Silent UK – Urban Exploration & Underground Photography
"By this point we had far too many to attempt any form of stealth, we just had to go for it and hope strength in numbers prevented any serious ramifications from being caught. One by one we entered the site, heading straight to the core and beginning the ascent."
architecture  crime 
april 2012 by kevan
FAQ | rhino rescue project
Poisoning rhino horns. "The horn is treated with special compound of depot ectoparasiticides (specifically, acaricides) and an indelible dye. [...] Ectoparasiticides are not intended for consumption by humans, and are registered as such."
mammals  crime  drugs  secrets 
february 2012 by kevan
Pirate Bay Hosts Physical Objects - And Is Accused Of Infringing Games Workshop Copyright?
"The model, an official version of which costs £28 from Games Workshop, has been previously listed on a 3D printing community website, but the plans were reportedly pulled after a takedown notice was issued."
plastic  crime  future 
january 2012 by kevan
Beware of Malicious QR Codes | PCWorld
"Cyber criminals have taken advantage of the proliferation of quick response (QR) codes on posters and marketing material by putting their own malicious stickers over the top of legitimate ones." I did wonder how long this would take.
barcodes  crime  lies  via:zarba 
january 2012 by kevan
The Associated Press: Wildlife officials use robo-deer to catch poachers
"Once a plan is in place, authorities put the mechanical deer near a road where it can be seen by passing cars. Then they hide nearby and keep watch, waiting for someone to take the bait, occasionally using the remote control to move the decoy's head and tail."
robots  mammals  weapons  illusions  crime  via:blech 
october 2011 by kevan
DeLootLondon.co.uk
"De-Loot London’s mission is to make sure that not a single shop that was looted during the riots is forced to close. While a small number of people did the damage, we can all help our local, independent businesses recover by spending our money with them."
london  crime  money  business 
august 2011 by kevan
Fearsquare - How dangerous are your check-ins?
"The FearSquare application takes a list of your ten most recent FourSquare check-ins and cross-references these with the UK Police Crime Statistics database."
crime  maps  hacking  police 
april 2011 by kevan
New Statesman - The bugger, bugged
Hugh Grant secretly records a conversation with a NoTW journalist, about phone tapping. "You know, you just . . . sat outside Buckingham Palace with a £59 scanner you bought at Argos and get Prince Charles and everything he said."
phones  surveillance  crime  news  secrets 
april 2011 by kevan
Automatic Fire and Burglar Alarms : Abstract : Nature
1935. "The motor drives a small dialling drum, the small metal discs on which correspond to the letters and figures of the telephone number of the nearest fire station. The station is thus called up and a gramophone record then comes into action giving, in a verbal message, the location of the fire and all essential details."
fire  crime  technology  history 
october 2010 by kevan
University of Sheffield - British expert warns of a coming robot crime wave
"If manufacturers discard safety and the prevention of crime, crude copies of mechanised police and military devices could be relatively easy to produce." [...] "Robots can't even be detected by the passive IR alarm systems in most of our houses."
robots  crime  technology  future 
july 2010 by kevan
The Untold Story of the World's Biggest Diamond Heist
"The vault was thought to be impenetrable. It was protected by 10 layers of security, including infrared heat detectors, Doppler radar, a magnetic field, a seismic sensor, and a lock with 100 million possible combinations. The robbery was called the heist of the century, and even now the police can't explain exactly how it was done."
crime  technology  via:holly 
march 2009 by kevan
Feds: IT admin plotted to erase Fannie Mae • The Register
"Shortly after Makwana was informed he was being fired, he logged in to Fannie's main development server and embedded a series of malicious scripts inside a legitimate program." [...] "Had this malicious script executed, ABC engineers expect it would have caused millions of dollars of damage and reduced if not shutdown operations at ABC for a least one week."
programming  business  crime 
january 2009 by kevan
The Escapist : News : EVE Online Banker Scams Over 80 Billion ISK
"The former Investments Manager at the in-game Dynasty Banking operation, has absconded with over 80 billion ISK." [...] "EBANK, the largest player-run bank in New Eden, [has] pledged its support to Dynasty Banking if the run on the bank, which at last report was up to 30 billion ISK, reaches the point where the bank itself is threatened."
games  mmorpgs  money  crime  via:gameplaywright 
january 2009 by kevan
Amateur crimefighters are surging in the US - Times Online
"The Real rules are simple. They must stand for unambiguous and unsponsored good. They must create their own Spandex and rubber costumes. [...] They must shun guns or knives to avoid being arrested as vigilantes, even if their nemeses may be armed."
crime  society  comics  secrets  via:zarba 
december 2008 by kevan
A Picture is Worth a Thousand Locksmiths, Computer Scientists Say
"In another example, they used a five inch telephoto lens to capture images from the roof of a campus building and duplicate keys sitting on a café table more than 200 feet away. [...] The idea that one's keys are sensitive visual information is not widely appreciated in the general public."
technology  photography  secrets  metal  crime  via:antonia 
november 2008 by kevan
Typo vigilantes answer to letter of the law
"Two self-anointed 'grammar vigilantes' who toured the nation removing typos from public signs have been banned from national parks after vandalizing a historic marker at the Grand Canyon."
writing  crime  via:quin 
october 2008 by kevan
Nation & World | Did inner-tube robber use Craigslist in heist? | Seattle Times Newspaper
"[A member of the public] saw a Craigslist ad last week seeking workers for a road-maintenance project. He inquired and was e-mailed instructions to meet near the bank at 11 a.m. Tuesday and to wear specific clothing."
crime  via:holly 
october 2008 by kevan
Stolen Balloons
"With no less than 14 envelopes (in many cases complete rigs) stolen in the UK alone and not recovered in the past seven years, it is felt one must surface one day, possibly indicating what has happened to other examples."
air  transport  crime 
july 2008 by kevan
Limbo Of The Lost - An Astonishing Tale | Rock, Paper, Shotgun
"[Limbo Of The Lost] has, it is alleged, entirely lifted locations and art from at least five other games, apparently proven in a number of screenshots posted by GamePlasma yesterday. Oblivion seems the main target, along with Thief 3 and others."
games  design  cheating  crime  via:venusberg 
june 2008 by kevan
Grand Theft Auto IV (Xbox 360)
Strikingly good narrative - a lot of well-written dialogue, with different in-car conversations on the same theme when replaying a mission. Sympathetic and social characters, good physics, nice weather, fun multiplayer, and a lot of attention to detail.
gamelog  5stars  crime  transport  cities 
may 2008 by kevan
Richard Prince - Jim Krantz - Photographs - Art - New York Times
"What do the photographers who took the original pictures think of these pictures of their pictures, apotheosized into art but without their names anywhere in sight?" [...] "I never associated advertisements with having an author."
advertising  art  mutation  photos  crime  law  via:hoaxes 
february 2008 by kevan
Adam's Rib (1949)
"I don't make the rules." "Sure you do. We all do." A proto-feminist snapshot of the forties, Hepburn cracking through alternate scenes of lucidity and surreally dated equality arguments, her dramatic courtroom reveal being almost incomprehensible today.
filmlog  4stars  law  society  crime  love 
january 2008 by kevan
Jeremy Clarkson eats his words over ID theft - Telegraph
"The Top Gear host was so sure that the furore over the lost CDs of data was nothing but 'a storm in a teacup' he printed his own bank details in a newspaper, convinced his money would be safe." Some direct debit forms do not require a signature.
money  secrets  crime 
january 2008 by kevan
The Associated Press: Accused Wallet Thief Caught on Page One
"Some sharp-eyed copy editors at the newspaper first noticed the matching photos as they were laying out the newspaper Wednesday night and wondered if they showed the same man, managing editor Paul Emerson said Thursday."
news  crime  coincidences 
december 2007 by kevan
Gaslight (1944)
A great study of subtle psychological manipulation, undermining reality through isolation, tiny matter-of-fact lies and sleights of hand. A lot of the villain's reactions are clumsily over-the-top, but it's vivid enough to seep into a wider worldview.
filmlog  4stars  delusions  secrets  crime  love  psychology  light 
december 2007 by kevan
Undercover restorers fix Paris landmark's clock | Special reports | Guardian Unlimited
"[They] set up a secret workshop and lounge in a cavity under the building's famous dome. Under the supervision of [a] professional clockmaker, they pieced apart and repaired the antique clock that had been left to rust in the building since the 1960s."
secrets  paris  time  crime  via:waxy 
november 2007 by kevan
Topkapi (1964)
An odd contrast to Rififi; this is in colour, in English, and with everybody except Peter Ustinov overacting terribly. Another elegant and near-silent heist scene, but it's blunted by needless exposition.
filmlog  2stars  crime  surveillance 
october 2007 by kevan
Ghostwritten - David Mitchell
A slowly and hugely unfolding story of the roaring power of random interconnection, the way that our lives are so heavily determined by the unplanned acts of strangers.
booklog  coincidences  ghosts  society  japan  russia  crime  computers  terrorism  apocalypse 
october 2007 by kevan
Tens of thousands of CCTV cameras, yet 80% of crime unsolved | News | This is London
"A report by the criminal justice charity Nacro in 2002 concluded that the money spent on cameras would be better used on street lighting, which has been shown to cut crime by up to 20 per cent."
surveillance  crime  police  light  london  via:zarba 
september 2007 by kevan
The Maltese Falcon (1941)
Great, no-nonsense Bogart, cutting short any deception subplots by tersely admitting things and walking out of the room to do something else.
filmlog  3stars  mysteries  crime  secrets  birds  death 
september 2007 by kevan
Crackdown (Xbox 360)
A fun, cartoonish sandbox game, with a nice parkour feel plus the mission freedom of Mercenaries ("kill this one person over here, by whatever means"), although the near-future environment is very thinly painted, and the characters entirely forgettable.
gamelog  4stars  police  crime  weapons  transport  cities 
september 2007 by kevan
Casablanca (1942)
Hadn't seen this before. Good, sharp, non-stop, dialogue-driven stuff, everything in the foreground, with a great, clipped subtlety to all of the characters.
filmlog  5stars  war  love  secrets  depression  police  crime  paris 
september 2007 by kevan
The Taking Of Pelham 123 (1974)
The hidden information of hostage negotiation, between four over-confident criminals and the entire, swearing infrastructure of New York.
filmlog  4stars  transport  crime  police  politics 
august 2007 by kevan
Rififi (1954)
A French heist film where the half-hour of breaking in and safecracking is played entirely without music or dialogue; no pointless exposition, and everyone just getting on with it. Will probably cast a shadow over every other heist film I see.
filmlog  4stars  crime  sound  paris 
august 2007 by kevan
Three Colours Red (1994)
Quite well pitched, in retrospect - it felt slightly too slow and vague to watch, but if had been any faster or sharper, the reveal would have been ridiculous. The actual ending was still quite ridiculous, though.
filmlog  3stars  surveillance  secrets  coincidences  phones  crime 
august 2007 by kevan
Sneakers (1992)
Arbitrary gadget-heist with an odd mix of realistic and ridiculous pitfalls.
filmlog  2stars  technology  computers  hacking  secrets  crime  via:brendan 
july 2007 by kevan
Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (PS2)
Enjoyable - some nice, incremental improvements in the basic game mechanics, a good neon-sunshine aesthetic, and an almost complete excision of double-entendre business names, which automatically makes the game world much more adult and realistic.
gamelog  5stars  crime  transport  drugs  nostalgia  america  cities 
june 2007 by kevan
Xorph Dot Com | Clockers
"In a world not quite like our own, where the industrial revolution was triggered not by steam, but by springs [...] Daedelus Murphy and his ragtag band of friends and rivals are about to learn that that curiosity can be the most dangerous crime of all."
films  theatre  mutation  technology  history  crime  hacking  monkeys 
june 2007 by kevan
Hackers (1996)
Watched as the second half of Holly and Brendan's steampunk-rewrite-readthrough. It's great when what you assume is just an abstract neon-cityscape metaphor of boring hack work is revealed to be actually running on their 28.8bps laptop screens.
filmlog  2stars  hacking  computers  crime  viruses 
june 2007 by kevan
Clue (1985)
Cheerfully nonsensical vagueness that only really works if you know the three endings are coming, and doesn't really work that well anyway. The isolated-house murder-mystery trope is always fun, though.
filmlog  2stars  mysteries  death  board  games  meta  crime  secrets  weapons 
april 2007 by kevan
TimesOnline - Can this note stamp out corruption in a land where it's the norm?
"5th Pillar, the organisation behind the initiative, says that the [one-sided, counterfeit, message-bearing] note will allow ordinary Indians to make a statement against corruption without provoking a confrontation with people in authority."
money  india  crime  via:leonard 
april 2007 by kevan
Memories Of Murder (2003)
South Korean police procedural - an idealistic by-the-book city cop being stationed among cynical provincial detectives, their beaten confessions involving a lot of flying kicks. A slow film with some weird dead-end tangents, but nice aesthetics.
filmlog  3stars  police  death  mysteries  lies  cheating  crime 
april 2007 by kevan
A con as big as the Ritz | Weekend | Guardian Unlimited
Stories of a credit-card fraudster. "I knew you needed a range of security information to back up any significant purchase on a card, not just the data on the card itself. Yet that was all I was being given when customers were buying phones through me."
crime  phones  lies  hacking  money 
march 2007 by kevan
Some Like It Hot (1959)
How to use ridiculous, unmaintainable lies to avoid gangsters and attract women.
filmlog  2stars  secrets  lies  love  money  music  crime 
march 2007 by kevan
To Catch A Thief (1955)
A Hitchcock, but not really having any of his style to it; Cary Grant being an irked ex-jewel-thief trying half-heartedly to clear his name from recent crimes, whilst wearing an alarming mahogany-varnish suntan.
filmlog  2stars  crime  secrets  france 
february 2007 by kevan
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney (Nintendo DS)
A simple, plodding show-item-to-person detective adventure game, brightened up by the ridiculous manga styling - presenting evidence during witness testimony in court, with a triumphant text-flash "objection!" explosion. Linear but time-killing.
gamelog  2stars  law  crime  puzzles  lies  death  mysteries 
february 2007 by kevan
The Night Of The Hunter (1955)
Men are evil and women are stupid, but children endure. Overrated, apart from a few stand-out scenes - there's a good and genuinely sinister, unstoppable villain in there somewhere, but the slapstick and weird editing undermines him almost completely.
filmlog  2stars  religion  children  death  crime  prison  money  secrets 
february 2007 by kevan
Guys And Dolls (1955)
How man's perceived free will is really just subservience to women, to small-time gangsters who talk without using contractions, and to die rolls.
filmlog  3stars  music  crime  dice  love  money  police  lies  religion 
february 2007 by kevan
The Proceedings of the Old Bailey, London 1674 to 1834
"A fully searchable online edition of the largest body of texts detailing the lives of non-elite people ever published, containing accounts of over 100,000 criminal trials held at London's central criminal court."
history  crime  law  london  via:qwghlm 
january 2007 by kevan
Full Alert (1997)
A heist, some generic police chases, and some shootouts, with a bit of genuinely affecting guilt and responsibility, but not much.
filmlog  1star  police  crime  death  via:matthew 
january 2007 by kevan
The Long Goodbye (1973)
Pillar-to-post detective work, the sliders for both "decade" and "mood" set at proportional values between Bogart and The Big Lebowski, although Gould has some nice touches of timelessness.
filmlog  2stars  mysteries  crime  money  lies  death  police 
january 2007 by kevan
The Singing Detective (2003)
Jumped a bit too quickly and unevenly between its stories, and Downey just came across as shoutily, shallowly annoyed rather than genuinely bitter. Made me want to have watched the whole of the original, but not to actually watch it.
filmlog  2stars  crime  mysteries  skin  death  love  medicine  delusions  writing  via:catriona 
january 2007 by kevan
Twelve Angry Men (1957)
A decently heavy-handed look at the strengths and flaws of the jury system; crumpling straw men and frustratingly unpursuable post-trial revelations from amateur detectives in the jury.
filmlog  3stars  law  crime 
december 2006 by kevan
The Lavender Hill Mob (1951)
A trivial bullion heist with some fun setup, a weird chase scene apparently parodying new-fangled in-car police radios, and perhaps the best ending a heist film can have.
filmlog  3stars  crime  money  metal  london  paris 
december 2006 by kevan
Les Diaboliques (1954)
A slow and dark Hitchcockian murder mystery, with the mystery in unexpected places. A good strong twist at the end, and an even better title card telling the audience not to give away spoilers when talking to their friends about it.
filmlog  4stars  death  mysteries  crime  france  secrets  education 
december 2006 by kevan
Number9dream - David Mitchell
A mix of Murakami staples and Japanese cliches, but brought together with attention-deficit enthusiasm, the narrator veering off into memory and daydream and fiction, Mitchell playing with random styles as skillfully as he did in Cloud Atlas.
booklog  japan  dreams  memory  delusions  cities  crime  secrets 
december 2006 by kevan
Orchid Fever - Eric Hansen
Scattered interviews on the trail of collectors, judges, and smugglers. Some good historical angles, but the smuggling issue is laughably one-sided, CETIS never being interviewed, and Kew Gardens built up as a den of tea-drinking British supervillains.
booklog  plants  law  crime  police  mutation 
november 2006 by kevan
Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (PS2)
Sadly flawed - a great mission tree, and nothing too taxing for casual play, but it's ruined by the half-arsed radio scripts, the constant reminder that you're in a weird alternate world run by sniggery 14-year-olds. Even Double Clef is unlistenable.
gamelog  4stars  crime  transport 
november 2006 by kevan
How to Steal a Million (1966)
A light and pointlessly elaborate art-forgery heist, pulled off by a reluctant but obligingly over-prepared Peter O'Toole.
filmlog  3stars  art  crime  money  cheating  police  france 
november 2006 by kevan
Surveillance system spots violent behaviour - New Scientist Tech
"Tests were carried out on six different pairs of people performing a total of 54 different staged interactions including hugging, punching, kicking and shaking hands. On average, the system was 80% accurate at identifying these activities correctly."
surveillance  technology  crime 
october 2006 by kevan
Small Crimes in an Age of Abundance - Matthew Kneale
Short stories pivoting around tiny, bad decisions. Unsurprising twists and something of an air of stapled-together leftovers that Kneale had knocking around, but the writing's good, the viewpoint omnisciently unjudgemental.
booklog  crime  secrets  lies  coincidences  drugs  medicine  police  writing  pestilence  terrorism 
october 2006 by kevan
Infernal Affairs (2004)
Brilliantly geometric undercover police drama, with the interlocking symmetry of 'good' and 'evil' having a few very, very critical gaps.
filmlog  4stars  police  crime  secrets 
august 2006 by kevan
My Favorite Brunette (1947)
Another accidentally-public-domain film, from a job lot of fifty mostly unwatchable ones. Bob Hope in a thin detective parody, with a few good scenes. Surprisingly little fourth-wall breaking, except for the brilliantly absurd ending.
filmlog  2stars  mysteries  crime  police  photos  secrets  delusions  comedy 
august 2006 by kevan
Charade (1963)
Passable facetious-romantic missing-money identity thriller, with a sufficient edge of double-crossing uncertainty, and a ridiculous place to hide $250,000.
filmlog  3stars  crime  money  secrets  death 
july 2006 by kevan
CNN.com - Street gangs get Web-savvy
"Chicago police recently arrested a teenager accused of spraying his gang nickname on a church by tracing the moniker to his Myspace.com account. His online profile included his address, photo and real name."
web  crime  police  surveillance  graffiti  weblogs  via:wmmna 
july 2006 by kevan
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