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The government’s privacy watchdog on Friday gave a positive assessment to the Obama administration’s efforts to reform federal spying powers. (photo : Bethesda Softworks) The small...
The government’s use of a controversial invasive technology for tracking phones just got a little more controversial. The Anaheim Police Department has acknowledged in new documents that it...
(photo: Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP) The wide­spread use of en­cryp­tion is mak­ing it in­creas­ingly dif­fi­cult for the gov­ern­ment to catch gang­sters...
(image: AJ Ashton) Increased connectivity and the Internet of Things exacerbate the challenges of cybersecurity, but it would be short sighted to stymie innovation in an attempt to become more...
The state of privacy in America: What we learned By Lee Rainie After the June 2013 leaks by government contractor Edward Snowden about National Security Agency surveillance of Americans’ online...
  Bipartisan congressional legislation will be introduced to create a national commission on security and technology that addresses the growing concern over encryption technology used by...
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The American Civil Liberties Union is accusing the Baltimore Police Department of using invasive surveillance technology. Tracey Leong explains why they are so concerned. The...
(Photo - Worldtribune.com) Robert MacLean exited the rarified air of the Supreme Court and walked down its 36 marble steps with the confidence of a cop who knows he’s right. The tone of the...
Huntsville City Schools paid a former FBI agent $157,000 last year to oversee security improvements, including the investigation of social media activity of public school students. That online...
WASHINGTON –The U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia ruled Monday that the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) must process an October 9, 2012 Cause of Action...