Nolan, whose Huntsville, Ala.-based Phoenix Consulting Group is one of the best-known competitive intelligence (CI) firms in the business, says he only does the James Bond stuff to show companies their vulnerabilities. But according to Nolan and others in the field, a growing number of intelligence gatherers regularly transgress ethical and even legal boundaries on behalf of corporate clients both here and abroad.
The US Supreme Court ruled that nosy cops and Feds must obtain
a warrant to carry out remote surveillance of a suspect's house by
means of radiation detection apparatus, according to a five/four
decision issued Tuesday.
The key issue for the majority was the overriding sanctity of the
private residence, which is both self-evident and backed up by
EARLY next month, 20 cops in the capital will sit at their computers creating viruses and sending them to each other - they?ll hack into each other?s computers and use email extensively to find out what kinds of crime can be perpetrated through it. They?ll even go scot free after all that because it?s just the introductory part of a course that they?ll be taking on cyber crime.
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Looks like ShareSniffer (formerly at www.sharesniffer.com) has breathed its last breath. I have no other info than that the shareshiffer software is broken (seems to want to talk to home, but nobody's there) and that the sharesniffer.com domain is up for sale.
Do you suppose they got tired of the beatings the lawyers were dishing out? I suspect something of the like.