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10,000+ cases under review in Denmark after phone data glitch used to convict the innocent

 
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10,000+ cases under review in Denmark after phone data glitch used to convict the innocent
Dozens of prisoners have been released and over 10,700 criminal cases are under review after Danish police realized the software they use to pinpoint the location of cellphone users is riddled with inaccuracies.

Some 32 prisoners – some of whom had already been convicted and sentenced – were released after an external audit launched late last month revealed gaping flaws in the geolocation system used as evidence in their cases. Danish courts have declared a two-month moratorium on the use of cellphone data as evidence following the discovery that it is not nearly as reliable as previously thought, and over 10,700 cases since 2012 are being reviewed.

“We simply can’t live with the idea that information that isn’t accurate can send people to jail,” chief public prosecutor Jan Reckendorff told public broadcaster DR. While admitting that exiling phone evidence from the justice system, even temporarily, was a “drastic decision,” Reckendorff said it was “necessary in a state of law.”

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Re: 10,000+ cases under review in Denmark after phone data glitch used to convict the innocent
Thanks for the pin.
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Re: 10,000+ cases under review in Denmark after phone data glitch used to convict the innocent
Dozens of prisoners have been released and over 10,700 criminal cases are under review after Danish police realized the software they use to pinpoint the location of cellphone users is riddled with inaccuracies.

Some 32 prisoners – some of whom had already been convicted and sentenced – were released after an external audit launched late last month revealed gaping flaws in the geolocation system used as evidence in their cases. Danish courts have declared a two-month moratorium on the use of cellphone data as evidence following the discovery that it is not nearly as reliable as previously thought, and over 10,700 cases since 2012 are being reviewed.

“We simply can’t live with the idea that information that isn’t accurate can send people to jail,” chief public prosecutor Jan Reckendorff told public broadcaster DR. While admitting that exiling phone evidence from the justice system, even temporarily, was a “drastic decision,” Reckendorff said it was “necessary in a state of law.”

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That's one huge mega fuck up to have to deal with.
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I give them much credit for admitting it and doing something about it even if it will cause a shit storm, and I'm sure it will.

Let's see what happens around here when all the years of FBI malfeasance is uncovered. I wonder has it ever been non-corrupt.

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Re: 10,000+ cases under review in Denmark after phone data glitch used to convict the innocent
Dozens of prisoners have been released and over 10,700 criminal cases are under review after Danish police realized the software they use to pinpoint the location of cellphone users is riddled with inaccuracies.

Some 32 prisoners – some of whom had already been convicted and sentenced – were released after an external audit launched late last month revealed gaping flaws in the geolocation system used as evidence in their cases. Danish courts have declared a two-month moratorium on the use of cellphone data as evidence following the discovery that it is not nearly as reliable as previously thought, and over 10,700 cases since 2012 are being reviewed.

“We simply can’t live with the idea that information that isn’t accurate can send people to jail,” chief public prosecutor Jan Reckendorff told public broadcaster DR. While admitting that exiling phone evidence from the justice system, even temporarily, was a “drastic decision,” Reckendorff said it was “necessary in a state of law.”

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That's one huge mega fuck up to have to deal with.
 Quoting: keybored


I give them much credit for admitting it and doing something about it even if it will cause a shit storm, and I'm sure it will.

Let's see what happens around here when all the years of FBI malfeasance is uncovered. I wonder has it ever been non-corrupt.

Mornin KB. Nother beautiful day in paradise.
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Morning deplorable scottfree.

Makes you wonder if it happened in other countries too and they covered it up?
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09/11/2019 06:34 AM

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Re: 10,000+ cases under review in Denmark after phone data glitch used to convict the innocent
Bad feeling about this.

Prison releases are usually followed by assassinations/terrorism attacks.

Not much information in the article.
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09/11/2019 06:56 AM

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Re: 10,000+ cases under review in Denmark after phone data glitch used to convict the innocent
Dozens of prisoners have been released and over 10,700 criminal cases are under review after Danish police realized the software they use to pinpoint the location of cellphone users is riddled with inaccuracies.

Some 32 prisoners – some of whom had already been convicted and sentenced – were released after an external audit launched late last month revealed gaping flaws in the geolocation system used as evidence in their cases. Danish courts have declared a two-month moratorium on the use of cellphone data as evidence following the discovery that it is not nearly as reliable as previously thought, and over 10,700 cases since 2012 are being reviewed.

“We simply can’t live with the idea that information that isn’t accurate can send people to jail,” chief public prosecutor Jan Reckendorff told public broadcaster DR. While admitting that exiling phone evidence from the justice system, even temporarily, was a “drastic decision,” Reckendorff said it was “necessary in a state of law.”

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That's one huge mega fuck up to have to deal with.
 Quoting: keybored


I give them much credit for admitting it and doing something about it even if it will cause a shit storm, and I'm sure it will.

Let's see what happens around here when all the years of FBI malfeasance is uncovered. I wonder has it ever been non-corrupt.

Mornin KB. Nother beautiful day in paradise.
 Quoting: deplorable scottfree


Morning deplorable scottfree.

Makes you wonder if it happened in other countries too and they covered it up?
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Well, we know it happened here. The famous FBI labs faking evidence. But unlike Denmark, there's been no mass retrials. So apparently they did cover it up here, at least to the extent that no one is getting their retrial.

At least in Denmark's case it wasn't intentional.. or so they say. Sounds legit tho.

From Hoover to Comey....
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09/11/2019 06:59 AM

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Re: 10,000+ cases under review in Denmark after phone data glitch used to convict the innocent
Too early for me here.

You mean did it happen elsewhere because of bad data. Missed that. lol

Good question and you can bet your bippy it did. They all use the same data basically.

Going for more coffee....
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09/11/2019 08:11 AM
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Re: 10,000+ cases under review in Denmark after phone data glitch used to convict the innocent
So people are being convicted and sent to jail because their phone happened to be near a crime scene, is that right?
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Re: 10,000+ cases under review in Denmark after phone data glitch used to convict the innocent
The elephant in the room which no one has asked and wasn't discussed in the article is WHAT OTHER EVIDENCE was used to convict other than location, ie at the crime scene?

If they weren't there then there couldn't have been any physical evidence.

Just think about that. What other bio-metric data or location data can be used just to frame someone? Will your lawyer even fight if it is considered infallible?
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09/11/2019 08:12 AM

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Re: 10,000+ cases under review in Denmark after phone data glitch used to convict the innocent
Terrorist organization CAIR is behind this for sure.
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Re: 10,000+ cases under review in Denmark after phone data glitch used to convict the innocent
So people are being convicted and sent to jail because their phone happened to be near a crime scene, is that right?
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Some were. They may not all be innocent.
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09/11/2019 08:31 AM
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Re: 10,000+ cases under review in Denmark after phone data glitch used to convict the innocent
probably did it to free 9000 muz rapistr
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09/11/2019 08:57 AM
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Re: 10,000+ cases under review in Denmark after phone data glitch used to convict the innocent
What about other countries!
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Terrorist organization CAIR is behind this for sure.
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No, they're all under your bed.

Don't like arabs/moslems living in your countries?

Today would be a good day to declare peace, get out of the m.e., and send all those people back.

Too bad for the tribe.
All that murder for nothing.
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09/11/2019 11:15 AM
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Re: 10,000+ cases under review in Denmark after phone data glitch used to convict the innocent
my phone gps sucks balls

its often off as much as a 1/4 mile


i guess if it don't tell me where i'm at its not going to tell the police where i'm at either.





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