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How Emoji Ignorance Allows Criminals to Avoid Conviction

on Friday 22 February 2019 Written by Adam Bradshaw

Today Translations’ Emoji expert Keith Broni explains to former police Detective Chief Superintendent David Clarke how emoji can be used by criminals to disguise their communications from the preying eyes of the police, lawyers and judges; and how techniques used in marketing, data analytics and machine translation can be applied to help detect criminal activity.