April 2014

  1. Is it Legal to Use Vehicle Trackers in the UK?

    Is it Legal to Use Vehicle Trackers in the UK?
    There are many excellent purposes for using GPS-based tracking services for vehicles. As with all legal matters, the key issue is whether your legal representative can make a convincing argument that your use of vehicle trackers follows the letter of the law - whether or not this is truly the case. Vehicle trackers are used by many businesses, their use being...
  2. The Weird Reason 1 In 5 Of Us Would Fail The MI5 Application Process

    The Weird Reason 1 In 5 Of Us Would Fail The MI5 Application Process
    Recruitment for our intelligences services is famously selective, but a recently revealed - and some might say arbitrary - exclusion could rule out up to 1 in 5 UK adults from fulfilling the role of spy, before they’ve even hit submit on their application. Tattoos (something 1 in 5 adults have), or at least tattoos visible in normal clothing (so...
  3. Six Things Aspiring Spies Can Learn From The Football Transfer Window

    Six Things Aspiring Spies Can Learn From The Football Transfer Window
    As the transfer window gently shuts on what was a very quiet January, it’s time to reflect on the various comings and goings and also to wonder why Aaron Lennon looked so sad to be signing for Everton. As with any and all transfer windows, there’s an impressive degree of intelligence gathering, stealth and secret recruiting going on behind the...
  4. Tips And Apps For Hiding Your Online Identity

    Tips And Apps For Hiding Your Online Identity
    There are lots of great reasons for keeping your real identity masked while you're online. Maybe you're discussing some controversial topics on a forum, or simply concealing your activity from nosy-parkers.  And with all the security leaks and revelations about the security services spying on our online activity, it makes sense to be a bit more cautious. Think of it...

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