Targeted attack from Signal forces Cellebrite to remove functionality

By: Dr Tristan Jenkinson and Alex Harrison Introduction Together with many other people in our industry, we have both spoken anecdotally about the arms race between the creators of new technology, and the development of processes that allow the data from that technology to be analysed. As new user devices, software and applications are developed, … Continue reading Targeted attack from Signal forces Cellebrite to remove functionality

Craig Wright Satoshi Claims to Hit UK Courts

By: Dr Tristan Jenkinson Introduction I have written numerous times in the past about Craig Wright, most notably on his ongoing court case with Ira Kleiman. Wright is now taking action in the courts of England and Wales which could see a legal decision on Wright’s claim he is Satoshi Nakamoto – the pseudonymous creator … Continue reading Craig Wright Satoshi Claims to Hit UK Courts

A Conflicted Expert and Holiday Illness Claims

By: Dr Tristan Jenkinson The Case in Bux Recently, Gordon Exall posted regarding the decision in Bux v The General Medical Council. The case highlights the importance of an expert witness’s duties – in particular with regard to the disclosure of conflict of interest. While the Bux case relates to the medical profession, the comments … Continue reading A Conflicted Expert and Holiday Illness Claims