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Science, People & Politics ISSN 1751-598x, 25th November, 2016. 18.00 GMT
FROM BRITISH COURTS | 24
The first four reports in this quarter's section of from British Courts cover the same
important trial which took place at Bradford, Crown Court over summer 2016. The technical findings from Sony and Nintendo presented to the Court demonstrate the
importance of tight, well characterised, international supply chain. And it is worth
recalling legitimate antennas are well characterised to prevent problems such as inter-ference with electrical supply and communication. I had intended to remove names, but have concluded there is a public interest in keeping them. I have made small changes, not impacting the meaning, for lay out reasons, and I have corrected one contradiction in report three, which I drew attention to contemporaneously.
The nature of an IP address
Report 1 of 4 of the same trial.
By Helen Gavaghan at Bradford, Crown Court.
18th July, 2016
A jury at Bradford Crown Court this afternoon heard expert forensic
computing evidence on the nature of Internet Protocol adresses. While
not being relied on by the prosecution to prove their case, the evidence
gave context to a variety of charges involving alleged money launder
-ing, conspiracy to receive stolen goods, possessing criminal property
and unauthorised use of a trademark. More than £300,000 in varying
amounts is involved across the alleged offences before the Court.
The IP evidence, interestingly, was called with the Court's consent by
one of the defense counsel before the prosecution had finished their
case, and with intent to help all Counsel and the Court understand In-
ternet Protocol addresses more fully.
Not all eight defendants, who at the time of the alleged offences worked
and lived in and from Halifax in West Yorkshire, face the same charges.
All have entered not guilty pleas to the following counts.
Count one: Naveed Zaman (30) and Aamer Ali (32) conspiracy over
three and a half years to receive stolen goods.
Count two: Naveed Zaman and Mark Turner (52) alleged money laun-
dering between August 2011 and March 2012.
Count three: Naveed Zaman and Mohammed Farooq (63) alleged
money laundering over the same period of time.
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Issue 4 (October - December), 2016. Volume VII. Science, People & Politics ISSN 1751-598x.
Published Friday 25th November, 2016
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