its operators also allegedly tweeted information that only police officers could have known.
Surely there's a law covering that all on its own without having to scramble around for another..
Northern Irish prosecutors are pondering whether to charge two police officers with Computer Misuse Act offences after what local reports described as a Twitter trolling campaign. Local politicians and lawyers were said to have been targeted by a Twitter account called @DonYeeoo – and its operators also allegedly tweeted …
Who got charged with blackmail. Was stupid enough to actually do searches on his PC with his account "Crimes to make easy money"
What a fucking idiot. And he was supposed to be a Detective constable, I suspect he was probably shit at that also.
Aye, that case was funny because he was on the team investigating his own crime as a TV crew were present. He wasn't caught for his internet history, he was caught because he searched the police database for his victims address.
[Note to self: When a crime lord, hire the police DBAs]
Gareth will be out now, any chances he's working at the MoD?
Yep although they did look at his Internet searches. The problem with those records however are, you could always deny knowledge. "Sorry but I know it's against IT's policy but I did, quite frequently leave my desk with the machine unlocked. Its very possible someone else did those searches from my logon".