Un malware cancella i dati: il processo deve andare in appello

Interessante sviluppo per il mondo del crimine informatico: se i record e le trascrizioni del processo si cancellano “misteriosamente” con un malware che stranamente cancella solo quei dati il processo è da rifare .

A convicted murderer has been granted a retrial after a stenographer’s backup record of his trial was apparently destroyed by a malware infection. (…) When the Appeal Court discovered that almost no records of the trial still existed, the judge the struck down the conviction and ordered a retrial. (fonte)

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Google in UK: 5 miliardi di ricavi, 21 milioni di tasse

Stavolta niente giornali complottisti, ma direttamente il Financial Times che recita: Google’s UK operation paid £20.4m of corporation tax on its profits in 2013, according to accounts filed at Companies House on Thursday. Documents published by the parent company this year showed that the country accounts for $5.6bn of revenues. qui Estote parati.