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Automatic Traffic Challans through E-Ticketing System for Lahore

Gone are the days where you could outrun or bribe the traffic police officer to get out of a sticky situation. The traffic police officers are now being replaced by CCTV cameras in Lahore to monitor the traffic violations and generate an automate challan, which will be sent to the culprit’s doorsteps. Lahore is one of the most densely populated ...

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Cyber Security Law in China

China this week passed a cybersecurity law aimed at combatting hacking and terrorism, though as Reuters reports, critics say it would strengthen the country’s censorship regime and make it more difficult for foreign tech companies to do business there. The law was passed on Monday and is set to go into effect in June 2017. The legislation requires agencies and ...

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Dutch Forensics to Develop International Standards

A Dutch team says they’re developing international forensic standards for probability in forensic science. The four-year project is a collaboration between the Netherlands Forensic Institute and the University of Twente’s CTIT (Center for Information and Communication Technology). The initial phase of the work is establishing “likelihood ratios” for biometric evidence collections. But that methodology would later be extrapolated to include ...

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New York will use facial recognition to catch terrorists

New York governor Andrew Cuomo wants to give the state’s bridges and tunnels a high-tech makeover, starting with the installation of cameras, sensors and facial recognition equipment. Under his initiative, crossings, airports and other strategic locations will be equipped with facial recognition systems as an anti-terrorism measure. Facial recognition still isn’t perfect and has issues recognizing people of color, but ...

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Computerization and Automation of Prisons in Punjab

The prison department of Punjab operationalized the Prison Management System with the collaboration of United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) in Pakistan. They designed the said system to computerize and automate prisoner related matters and day to day operations in the province’s prisons. This system will help the administration of Prisons department administration to manage over crowding, the ...

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NAB is going to establish Digital Forensic Lab for Investigation

The National Accountability Bureau is going to establish his first Digital Forensic Science Lalb in Rawalpindi Bureau for investigation purpose and finger print analysis. NAB can be eliminate corruption using latest technology in this forensic lab. The Chairman NAB said the laboratory will help retrieve documents from electronic devices like cell phones, computers, iPads and networks, and its preservation to ...

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