California Passes Bill to Ban Police Use of Facial Recognition

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September 12, 2019

Leonardo confirms solid presence in the Brazilian VIP helicopter market at LABACE with new orders

São Paulo. Leonardo builds on its marquee success in South America’s VIP/Corporate multi engine helicopter market while at LABACE, the region’s largest luxury helicopter expo, held August 13 – 15 in São Paulo, Brazil announcing new orders for a total of five units valued at nearly 30 million euro. The company, already a global leader … Continue reading “Leonardo confirms solid presence in the Brazilian VIP helicopter market at LABACE with new orders”

August 13, 2019

UAVs to Start Patrolling Some Ports for Environmental Infringements

Published on May 23, 2019 by Johanna Loock   ·   No Comments May 20: Regulators are bracing for rules that are meant to lower shipping’s emissions of sulfur oxides, pollutants blamed for acid rain and aggravating human health conditions like asthma. Because the regulations, which start Jan. 1, will require most of the world’s ships to burn more expensive fuels, there’s been speculation that some owners may try to cheat to…

May 23, 2019

Turkey Seized 5 Tons of Powdered Marijuana Off Libyan Coast in February

Published on April 16, 2019 by Johanna Loock   ·   No Comments February 05: Nearly 5 tons of powdered marijuana were seized in international waters on the Mediterranean Sea, Turkey’s Interior Ministry said on Monday. The “Unity Operation” against drug smugglers was conducted by Turkish police, gendarmerie and coast guard, the ministry said in a statement. Acting on a tip-off, Turkish security forces determined that suspected drug traffickers aboard a Turkish flagged fishing…

April 16, 2019

Singapore To Increase Criminal Penalties for Not Meeting Low Sulfur Fuel Requirements From Next Year

Published on April 5, 2019 by Johanna Loock   ·   No Comments April 03: Singapore has a message for shipping companies considering cheating on rules starting next year to combat pollution to save a few dollars on their fuel bills: don’t. Captains and owners of vessels that burn overly sulfurous fuel in the Asian country’s territorial waters could face as long as two years in prison from the start of 2020,…

April 6, 2019