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  • Anti-Phishing working group 2012 eCrime members meeting and researchers summit

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    APWG will examine crimeware's evolution, behavioral vulnerabilities and human factors that contribute to eCrime's success, the roles of Registrars, Registries and DNS in managing phishing attacks, public health approaches to managing the eCrime scourge, as well as breaking news on counter-eCrime efforts and resources.

  • Digital Forensic Research Workshop (DFRWS) 2009 Annual Conference, Montreal, Canada

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    DFRWS brings together leading researchers, developers. practitioners, and educators interested in advancing the state of the art in digital forensics from around the world. As the most established venue in the field, DFRWS is the preferred place to present both cutting-edge research and perspectives on best practices for all aspects of digital forensics.

  • U.S. National Institute of Justice online event: DNA Evidence and Property Crimes

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    This event examined the experiences of the cities collecting DNA evidence from property crimes, and discussed how other cities can determine if such procedures are right for them. The panel shared strategies for building partnerships among police, crime labs and prosecutors, and addressed other challenges a city may face as part of this endeavor.

  • Department of State & USAID Joint Strategy on Countering Violent Extremism

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    This strategy, which is consistent with USAID’s policy, provides a more explicit guide for how State and USAID will work jointly and will leverage the range of available diplomatic and development resources to have a demonstrable impact to prevent and counter the spread of violent extremism.

  • Optional protocol to the Convention on the Rights of the Child on the sale of children, child prostitution and child pornography

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    Optional Protocol supplements the Convention by providing States with detailed requirements to end the sexual exploitation and abuse of children. It also protects children from being sold for non-sexual purposes—such as other forms of forced labour, illegal adoption and organ donation.