I m in on Wednesday if anyone fancies a cuppa?
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Answered the door last week to be handed a court summons, I bought a car on 24/05/17 and apparently I was flashed by a tax camera on the 30th, hands up I thought I’d tax it at the beginning of the next month, anyway as you may or may not know I’m going through a law degree at the moment, one of my collegues is a Barrister so I gave him a ring, kinda goes as follows… ME, Hi I just got a summons HIM, What have you done? ME, car tax, got a summons, I’m thinking of going to court to see how the process works HIM, Pay the fekkin fine, it’ll be an expensive day in court with fees and another fine from the court, you can sit in court any other day and watch proceedings for free.
ME, Oh So I took his advice, just putting this out there for any other crims like me 😉 Regards Col
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Police probing Heathrow security scare fear hackers may have made copies of secret files via library computer
Intelligence experts are scrambling to trace any data imprint after a USB stick was plugged into the public computer.
The Sunday Mirror told last week how the memory stick was found in the street by a man who later viewed it at Queen s Park Library in North London.2
Now, amid fears a hacker may take copies or already has officers are scanning all 20 computers.
The USB drive was found dumped in the street before then being plugged into a library PC (Image: Getty Images Europe)
A source said: “Police are desperate to pinpoint which computer was used . The fear is that anyone who wants to steal the information may mount a cyber attack and take downloads or copies.
“Officials are desperate to close the loop and make sure this information cannot be accessed in future.”
We told how the USB drive held 2.5Gb of data in 76 folders containing 174 documents, maps and images . It detailed the route the Queen takes to the airport. There were timetables for security patrols, ID needed for restricted areas and operating manuals for the airport s Doppler radar surveillance system.
Police are worried that the information about Heathrow could have been hacked (Image: Getty Images Europe)
The man who found the USB stick has been helping detectives. He told us how he found it in the street and added: The next time I went to the library I thought I would take a look to see if I could work out who it belonged to.
“Then my jaw hit the floor .
I couldn t believe it . There were drawings, manuals, maps . It was terrifying. A spokesman for Heathrow said: An independent review into data management processes is under way.
Our priority is the safety and security of our passengers and colleagues . The UK and Heathrow have some of the most robust aviation security measures in the world and we remain vigilant to evolving threats by updating procedures on a daily basis.
We have reviewed security and are confident Heathrow remains secure.
- ^ Heathrow (www.mirror.co.uk)
- ^ memory stick was found in the street by a man who later viewed it at Queen s Park Library in North London. (www.mirror.co.uk)