Investigative reporter says she discovered tampering while investigating Obama’s ‘Fast and Furious’ and green energy scandals
A future with domestic drones may be inevitable.
Privacy issues at stake as civil liberties groups protest cameras, weaponization
AP president says the seizure of phone records has ‘no possible justification’
Law would require warrants when drones are deployed
Judge says not to FBI’s newest surveillance idea: hacking into personal computers
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers will aggregate drone news
Facebook has made several high-profile mistakes over user privacy, especially in its early years.
Bipartisan email privacy update passes Senate committee
A bill under consideration would amend law enforcement’s abilities to search private electronic communications
The FAA is set to establish six UAS test sites around the country for the next five years
Bill allows private sector information to be voluntarily shared with the federal government
Move follows last week’s uproar over internal IRS documents
‘We still don’t know what the standards are that federal law enforcement agencies are using when they read our most private communications via email and other means’
One of the pair linked to the bugging of a Mitch McConnell strategy session was busted in November, also has previous arrest
‘For those who are worried about this, don’t commit crimes’
Alleged McConnell taper was delegate at 2012 DNC, executive committee member of state party
Snooping on Mitch McConnell is ‘audio gold.’ Recording liberal oppo strategizing was ‘execrable’
Progress Kentucky PAC behind illegally recorded McConnell tape, says Louisville NPR affiliate
Last year, a similar measure never gained traction and eventually prompted a White House veto threat.