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Naked Rambler Stephen Gough jailed for breaching asbo

Former Royal Marine from Eastleigh in Hampshire sentenced to 11 months in jail for defying nudity ban<p>The so-called Naked Rambler has been jailed once again, this time for 11 months, after he defied an order banning him from appearing in public unclothed.<p>Stephen Gough was not allowed in court for …

New asbos 'will punish children for being children'

Injunctions to Prevent Nuisance and Annoyance (Ipnas) could prevent ball games, skateboarding and hanging around, says children's commissioner<p>New laws to clamp down on anti-social behaviour will "promote intolerance of youth" and damage the relationship between young people and the police, the …

Naked Rambler jailed for 16 months for breaching asbo

Jury took just two minutes to find Stephen Gough, 54, guilty of breaching order designed to prevent him appearing nude in public<p>The so-called Naked Rambler has been jailed for 16 months after a jury took just two minutes to find him guilty of breaching an antisocial behaviour order designed to …

Muslim convert who agitated for sharia state in UK given groundbreaking asbo

Jordan Horner told by Old Bailey judge to stop preaching in public – a legal first – after promoting extreme versions of Islam<p>A Muslim convert who targeted members of the public as part of a campaign for a sharia state in Britain has been given a groundbreaking asbo, police have said.<p>Jordan Horner, …

The next step: 3D printing the human body

As 3D printing advances at an astonishing rate, will it soon be possible to 3D print a human body? Rhiannon Williams investigates<p>Bioprinting, or the process of creating human tissues through 3D printers, is a highly contested area of technological innovation. Theoretically it could save the economy …

Huge hack 'ugly sign of future' for internet threats

<b>A massive attack that exploited a key vulnerability in the infrastructure of the internet is the "start of ugly things to come", it has been warned.</b><p>Online security specialists Cloudflare said it recorded the "biggest" attack of its kind on Monday.<p>Hackers used weaknesses in the Network Time Protocol …

News for nerds, stuff that matters

<i>At issue is a provision of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) enacted last December that requires the government to fully purge itself of</i> …

Edward Snowden nominated for Nobel Peace Prize 2014

Now there is really great news for all the supporters of Former National Security Agency (NSA) contractor <b>Edward Snowden</b>, as he is nominated for the</b> …

The Snowden Effect, Continued

<b>How'd I miss this?</b><p>Your tax dollars at work.<p><i>A man who wore Google Glass to a movie theater in Ohio was detained and interrogated by officials of the Department of Homeland Security, highlighting concerns that the device may be used by people to illegally record movies at a theater. A spokesman for</i> …

Edward Snowden and the Guardian have started a debate…in the Kremlin and Beijing

I was on the Daily Politics earlier, discussing the Guardian / Snowden leaks and debating against a representative from the campaign group ‘Liberty’.<p>The ‘Liberty’ representative kept saying what a lot of apologists for the actions of the Guardian (now including Vince Cable) have been saying – that …

Terror suspect challenges evidence obtained through bulk surveillance

A criminal defendant in Colorado has launched what could shape up to be a decisive fight over the constitutionality of US government surveillance, filing a motion on Wednesday to suppress evidence prosecutors have admitted was collected through warrantless eavesdropping.<p>Jamshid Muhtorov, a native …

DNI: Snowden changes hit security

Director of National Intelligence James Clapper warned Wednesday that surveillance-related changes President Barack Obama has ordered in the wake of former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden’s leaks will make it more difficult to detect terrorist plots, resulting in greater risk to …

Cameron says he failed to make case for mass surveillance after Snowden leaks

David Cameron has admitted he had failed to make the case for mass surveillance of communications data following revelations by the former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden.<p>In a two-hour session in front of the select committee on national security strategy, the prime minister said …

The chastity bra that only opens when you find true love – or so they say

The stakes are getting increasingly high in the battle for the weirdest piece of wearable tech. After wifi-detecting hats and smartphone-charging wellies, it was only a matter of time until it all turned to sex – with the arrival of vibrating knickers, dresses that turn transparent, and a Google …

Yahoo Mail targeted in hacking attempt

Yahoo says it has identified an attempted hack on customers' email accounts.<p>It said the usernames and passwords for accounts were likely to have been collected from a database owned by a third party that had been compromised.<p>It has reset passwords on all affected accounts and has implemented an …

UK government tackles wrongly-blocked websites

<b>The government is drawing up a list of sites inadvertently blocked by the filters it asked internet service providers (ISPs) to implement.</b><p>Many sites on the list are run by charities that aim to educate children and others about health, sex education and drugs issues.<p>The whitelist will be used to …

CCTV footage of a 15-year-old girl getting 'body slammed' by ticket inspectors - video

Footage has emerged of a 15-year-old girl getting 'body slammed' by ticket inspectors in Flinders Station, Melbourne, Australia. The CCTV vision emerged after a Greens MP obtained it through Freedom of Information. It is believed to have happened in late July

CCTV shows girl led away before being raped, murdered

New CCTV pictures have been released in Thailand showing the horrifying moment a six-year-old girl was led away by a stranger's hand before being …

Full CCTV footage of Charlie Brooks allegedly hiding evidence - video

CCTV footage showing Rebekah Brooks's husband, Charlie Brooks, and security staff working for News International allegedly hiding evidence from the police phone-hacking investigation on the day that she was arrested has been shown to a jury at the Old Bailey

CCTV clips show Brooks material being hidden from police, hacking trial hears

Prosecutors in the phone-hacking trial have released CCTV clips which they said revealed that Rebekah Brooks, her husband Charlie and their security adviser, Mark Hanna, were hiding material from police who were planning to search the Brooks's London flat in the summer of 2011.<p>The clips, from nine …

CCTV: smelly justice for rubbish spilling yobs

Vandals caught strewing rubbish across a street in York are caught red-handed by police and taught a lesson<p>Three men were spotted on film deliberately knocking over wheelie bins in Gillygate, York and throwing rubbish into the road.<p>Newly-released CCTV shows a police van driving up and catching them …

Birmingham: police release street attack CCTV - video

West Midland Police have released CCTV footage of a man being brutally attacked and mugged by two men in Birmingham on 15 December. The 51-year-old is knocked unconscious before one of the men steals his belongings while the other kicks him repeatedly in the head. More than a dozen cars passed by …

CCTV cameras on Britain's roads capture 26 million images every day

The number of police CCTV cameras trained on Britain's roads has almost doubled over the last three years, giving police forces and the intelligence agencies access to up to 26 million images a day, the Guardian can reveal.<p>There are now more than 8,000 cameras in the network, with senior officers …

Cairo police headquarters truck bomb caught on CCTV - video

Twenty nine have been killed, the majority of them in Cairo, where police tried to stop people entering Tahrir Square during marches on the third anniversary of the uprising that culminated in the overthrow of president Hosni Mubarak<p>Gallery<p>Published: 25 Jan 2014<p>Lawyer believes Jeremy Hodge, of Los …

Hairless hero: Iranian teacher shaves head in solidarity with bullied pupil

When Iranian schoolteacher Ali Mohammadian noticed that one of his students was being bullied after going bald as a result of a mysterious illness, he decided to show solidarity and shave his own hair. In no time, his entire class shaved their heads and the bullying stopped.<p>Now, Mohammadian, who …

One Million Students Are Using Sugar Daddies To Pay For Tuition

Hundreds of students in the UK have signed up to a "Sugar Daddy" dating website within the past year in order to foot the cost of rising tuition …

Cameron's ex-media chief knew of phone-hacking, court hears

LONDON (Reuters) - The former media chief to Prime Minister David Cameron listened to a hacked voicemail revealing an affair between two leading actors and declared it “brilliant” when he was editor of the News of the World, a London court heard on Tuesday.<p>Former News of the World editor Andy …