Security Architectures in the EU

Schlagwort: Baden-Wuerttemberg

  • ATM bombers in Germany: Successes against „Audi gang“

    ATM bombers in Germany: Successes against „Audi gang“

    Sweeps by German authorities in the Netherlands, arrests after pursuit also in North Rhine-Westphalia Investigators from Bavaria and Baden-Wuerttemberg have apparently succeeded in a manhunt concerning ATM bombing. For more than a year, the public prosecutor’s office in Bamberg and the criminal investigation departments of both federal states have been investigating a group to which […]

  • German Investigations dropped: Indymedia platform was not a criminal association

    German Investigations dropped: Indymedia platform was not a criminal association

    The German linksunten.indymedia, founded in 2008, was banned under the Associations Act, and the entire technical infrastructure and funds of a left-wing center were confiscated. Seized storage devices apparently could not be decrypted. Almost five years after the ban of linksunten.indymedia, the German public prosecutor Manuel Graulich has closed a preliminary investigation for the formation […]

  • Digital justice: German state of Baden-Württemberg launches „electronic criminal file“

    Digital justice: German state of Baden-Württemberg launches „electronic criminal file“

    From 2026, electronic legal transactions should be possible completely without paper, but this could cause problems for defendants in custody. Criminal investigations sometimes involve various police and judicial authorities, and the resulting files can contain stacks of paper several metres thick. Many documents exist in digital form and are still printed out for the files. […]

  • Police in Hesse expand use of „Super Recognisers“

    Police in Hesse expand use of „Super Recognisers“

    In Frankfurt, two full-time officers are now working for the humanoid facial recognition. Every day, they compare current wanted persons with existing pictures in police databases. The procedure is also supposed to work with concealed faces. Since November 2020, the Hessian police have been testing the use of so-called „Super Recognisers“ for everyday investigations, manhunts, […]