Liberals and conservatives come together to curb law enforcement powers
The federal government has argued, however, that tools like the stingray can be used without a search warrant
‘Billions of texts are sent every day, and some surely contain key evidence about criminal activity’
Google’s latest technology allows people to surreptitiously snap photos and record videos.
If it goes in Spain’s favor, Google could be made to erase documents people feel violate their privacy.
Bill part of a larger trend of lawmakers seeking to censor anonymous online speech
Company insists the information is for security purposes
The California-based company argues its real name policy protects users.
The government said Path collected the information the first time a customer signed into the service and upon every subsequent sign-in.
More than 8,400 of the requests came from the U.S. government, more than anywhere else.
Woman embroiled in Petraeus scandal speaks out
Protecting your privacy is as critical to your safety, dignity and identity as is protecting your property
Family believes the badges are the equivalent of accepting the ‘mark of the beast’
Change to create ‘faster lanes for the traveler and enhanced security’
‘As President Obama has made clear, no single step can end this kind of violence’
New feature to help users search what others have shared with them
The vehicle would be used for hunting fugitives, responding to wildfires and conducting search and rescue
California and Illinois are the latest two states to join the chorus
Randi Zuckerberg used the dustup to write about online sharing etiquette.
Senate passes Facebook-Netflix sharing bill, removes provision on warrantless email searches - TheDC
Facebook and Netflix already have arrangements that allow for users in other countries to share their viewing history