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Todays crime related press reports collected by Prof. Thomas Görgen, German Police University

The Conversation, Monday 13 January 2020

What Islamic State speaking in an English accent tells us about the group’s strategy

Alan Greene

Wired, Saturday 23 February 2019

Is Big Tech Merging With Big Brother? Kinda Looks Like It

David Samuels

New York Review of Books, Thursday 21 February 2019

The Fake Threat of Jewish Communism

Christopher R. Browning

The New Yorker, Monday 18 February 2019

Private Mossad for Hire

Adam Entous and Ronan Farrow

Vox, Thursday 14 February 2019

I’ve covered gun violence for years. The solutions aren’t a big mystery.

German Lopez

BMC Blogs Network, Thursday 14 February 2019

Can mental health treatments help prevent or reduce intimate partner violence in low- and middle-income countries? A systematic review

The Conversation, Thursday 14 February 2019

Drugs: researchers shouldn’t just focus on the harms

Ian Hamilton, Alex Aldridge

The Conversation, Thursday 14 February 2019

London’s 2011 riots: report blames deprivation and poor policing – not mad, bad, dangerous people

Stephen Reicher, Clifford Stott, John Drury

Financial Times, Wednesday 13 February 2019

How to stop computers being biased

Madhumita Murgia

Pacific Standard, Wednesday 13 February 2019

After Parkland, Schools Upped Police Presence. Has It Made Students Safer?

Jack Denton

MIT Technology Review, Wednesday 13 February 2019

Police across the US are training crime-predicting AIs on falsified data

Karen Hao

Financial Times online, Wednesday 13 February 2019

Real-world solutions for online abuse

Madhumita Murgia

The Conversation, Wednesday 13 February 2019

Social media doesn’t need new regulations to make the internet safer – GDPR can do the job

Eerke Boiten

EurekAlert, Wednesday 13 February 2019

Climate change increases potential for conflict and violence

Iowa State University

The Conversation, Wednesday 13 February 2019

Yes, we can put bank bosses in jail, but is that the best way to hold them to account?

Rick Sarre

NPR, Wednesday 13 February 2019

A High-Crime Neighborhood Makes It Harder To Show Up For School

Elissa Nadworny

The Times, Tuesday 12 February 2019

Past offenders need a better chance to earn a clean slate

Ian O’Donnell

The Defense Post, Tuesday 12 February 2019

An inside look at the first US domestic deradicalization program

Ivy Kaplan

The Independent, Tuesday 12 February 2019

Clicking on terrorist propaganda even once could mean 15 years in prison under new law

Lizzie Dearden

EurekAlert, Tuesday 12 February 2019

Artificial intelligence could help to foil online dating scams

The Conversation, Tuesday 12 February 2019

Genocide: why a focus on prevention would produce a better outcome

Christopher Ayres

Slate Magazine, Tuesday 12 February 2019

“I Knew Right Away It Was My Dad”

Zach Schonfeld

EurekAlert, Monday 11 February 2019

Low-income boys' inattention in kindergarten associated with lower earnings 30 years later

Carnegie Mellon University

The Conversation, Monday 11 February 2019

Latest allegations of sexual assault show how the legal system discourage victims from coming forward

Alesha Durfee

NYU News, Monday 11 February 2019

Research to Use Innovative Data Science Tools to Study Pretrial Detention in More than 1,000 U.S. Counties

Open Access Government, Monday 11 February 2019

UK police want funding for crime-fighting technology

Houston Chronicle, Monday 11 February 2019

Abuse of Faith

Robert Downen, Lise Olsen, and John Tedesco

The Conversation, Monday 11 February 2019

How to manufacture a crisis: Deconstructing Donald Trump’s immigration rhetoric

Jerome Viala-Gaudefroy

The Conversation, Monday 11 February 2019

Most Americans don’t realize what companies can predict from their data

Emilee Rader

Irish Times, Sunday 10 February 2019

Special gardaí to review domestic murders to ‘improve services’

Conor Gallagher