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Issue 44 - Out now!

Here's a quick review of some of the main articles within Issue 44

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Here's just a few of the fantastic articles inside Issue 44...

SMART TV Data Leakage – Privacy Risks in SMART TV

Pubudu Arachchige and Brian Cusack take a look at the privacy issues surrounding the modern day use of SMART TV’s.

With or Without Consent – Is Digital Forensics in the Cloud a Crime?

Regular author Gareth Davies attempts to answer the question ‘Is acquisition of data from the Cloud with/without user/account holder consent legal in England and Wales’?

Speaker Verification in Crime Research Using Forensic Phonetics in Identifying Criminals (Pt 1)

Using extracts from his book on Voice Analysis Stefan K Braun explains the intricacies of Forensic Phonetics.

The Fall of EncroChat – The Future for Criminal Communications

Our very own IRQ author Angus Marshall takes a look at the fall of EncroChat and what this means for the future of Criminal Communications.

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