When the lights go out

Policing in the central Athenian district of Exarchia only lasts until the TV cameras are switched off. This is the sad conclusion to be drawn from Thursday's spectacular police operation whose apparent objective was to mitigate the bad publicity in the wake of the attack on Hellenic Coast Guard officers during a drug raid in the same neighborhood earlier in the week.

Mapping crime scenes to solve disputed cases

A video by Forensic Architecture pertaining to the events on September 18, 2013, when rapper Pavlos Fyssas was stabbed to death in the street by a self-proclaimed Golden Dawn supporter in the Keratsini district of Piraeus, constitutes one of the most damning pieces of evidence in the ongoing trial against the neo-Nazi party, whose leadership is accused of ordering that attack, as well as others

Receipt led to suspect in Macris killing

A receipt led authorities to the arrest of a 31-year-old Bulgarian for the murder of Greek-Australian businessman John Macris, 47, in Voula, southern Athens, last October, police said Friday.
The receipt, for clothing, was found in a Glyfada hotel that the suspect, and his 33-year-old brother, had stayed in the night before the killing, Giorgos Kanellos, the Athens police chief, said.

Hacker Attack is the Cause of NSI's "Business Statistics" Problems

The Business Statistics Information System is working again, the National Statistical Institute announced today, as access to it was again limited today.

The annual activity reports of the companies are submitted in the system. It accounts for over 600,000 individuals and legal entities.

In 2018 Sofia Expanded its Video Surveillance System, Now it Includes more than 3,000 Cameras

In 2018, we expanded our video surveillance system with over 320 cameras and now it includes more than 3,000 cameras, Mayor of Sofia Yordanka Fandakova said at the opening of the Sofia Municipal Council's session, presenting a report on the activities of Security and Emergency Relief and Prevention directorates for 2018, Focus News Agency reports.

Bulgarian Parliament Passed a New Law on the Protection of Trade Secrets

Parliament adopted a new law on the protection of trade secrets at second reading. The law introduces requirements of a European directive on the protection of undisclosed know-how and commercial information (trade secrets) against their illegal acquisition, use and disclosure.

Former Counter-intelligence Expert is Convinced the Terrorist from New Zealand had Contacts with Bulgarians

The Christchurch terrorist certainly had contacts with Bulgarians while he was in our country. This was stated in an interview with Darik by the writer and former counter-intelligence officer Pavlin Pavlov, according to whom the Australian should have drawn the attention of our services.