The image in question is of one of the gang members holding ecstasy tablets in his palm.
South Wales Police's scientific support unit then examined the photo.
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He said: "It is an old-fashioned technique [fingerprinting], not new".
Large quantities of a strain of cannabis called "Gorilla Glue" (so called because it leaves you glued to the sofa, apparently) were found with the phone, but it was the fingerprint-sales-patter combo that clinched the conviction.
The photograph showed part of the dealer's hand and there was potentially a fingerprint. Thomas told BBC News the case has "opened the floodgates", with police sending in similar photographs from other cases. And because smartphone camera photos are so high quality now, photos shared to social media can provide extremely useful details and information-like the fingerprint in this case. They claim that not even WhatsApp can see these messages. The news is WhatsApp is going to roll out the new feature for those accidentally delete important files and documents from their WhatsApp. He added that they want to be able to do more with images recovered from mobile phones or sent in by witnesses. "So people can be harassed off the platform", he said.
The feature doesn't seem to be available for iOS users, probably because the directory where WhatsApp saves media isn't easily accessible, so this problem does not occur for them, as per the report. To remind, WhatsApp Payments is now in testing phase in India and used the Unified Payments Interface (UPI) platform. "It clearly isn't. There are major design flaws in its chat features", he charged.
Bankers reportedly say that there are various security concerns that first need to be addressed before the integration, especially with regard to data of bank customers.