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John Terry’s car bugged by paperazzi

January 19th, 2016|

Surprised at how easy it had been for the paperazzi to track him, England Captain John Terry requested a search of his car. The inspection revealed the presence of a tracking device attached to his Range Rover.

Chelsea defender John Terry (30) was in court in June 2011 , …read more

Could a £15 spypen destroy a major international lawsuit?

December 10th, 2015|

After 16-years of legal wrangling it appears that a major Ecuadorian contamination lawsuit against oil giant Chevron may be on the point of collapse.

Just months before the case was scheduled to conclude,  Chevron have posted video footage on their website which they say shows evidence of Ecuadorian officials connected …read more

McAfee highlights trends in risky apps

November 17th, 2015|

McAfee have released a 12 page document highlighting trends in specific areas of data security. These areas are: spyware, mobile phone hacking and the growing number of apps which compromise the security of computers, tablets and phones.

The report paints a picture of high threat levels combined with low …read more

Husband Spies on Wife

October 19th, 2014|

Multi-millionaire Dr Martin Coward is sueing his estranged wife Elena Ambrosiadou for spying and harassment.

The super-rich couple who co-founded the Ikos hedge fund split in April 2009 and have since alledgedly launched a total of 58 legal actions against each other. In the latest one, Dr Coward claims …read more

Fawlty Towers, KGB style

July 30th, 2014|

Ever had the feeling that you were being spied on? If you visited Estonia before 1991 it is almost guaranteed that you were.

Estonia’s largest hotel, The Sokos Hotel Viru in Tallin, has 23 floors.
However, the creaky old elevator only goes as far as the 22nd. During the Soviet …read more

Marital mistrust sparks bomb scare

May 5th, 2014|

When a South London businessman found a package taped to his car’s petrol tank, he called in the authorities. Police, Bomb Squad, Fire Brigade and Ambulance personnel all converged on a supermarket car park in Sutton and blocked off the surrounding streets while they investigated.

The package turned out …read more

Monarch Bugged

June 2nd, 2013|

British Government papers reveal MI5 spied on their own Monarch.

According to official documents released this month, The current Queen’s uncle King Edward VIII was spied on by his own government during the constitutional crisis of 1936.

Documents from the Cabinet Office archives show that In November of that year …read more

What motivates a spy?

April 27th, 2013|

This week a former Dutch foreign ministry worker was sentenced to 12 years in jail for spying. Raymond Poeteray, aged 51 passed Dutch and NATO military secrets to Russia. It emerged during his trial that the only motive Poeteray had for his actions was financial.

However money is not …read more

Farnborough Security Show 2013

February 25th, 2013|

QCC Global are exhibiting at the ADS Security and Policing Home Office Security Exhibition at Farnborough FIVE from 12 to 14 March 2013.

The Security and Policing Exhibition provides a platform for police, law enforcement and security professionals to engage with the highest levels of security expertise. The largest …read more

Dubai 2013

January 27th, 2013|

QCC Global are exhibiting at the ASIS 4th Middle East Security Conference and Exhibition, at the InterContinental Dubai Festival City from 17 to 19 February 2013.

The conference is the perfect place to catch up on all the very latest developments in a host of security related fields including: …read more