The FBI believes it has thorough precedent for legally conducting drone surveillance without warrants.
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Hundreds of heavily-redacted documents shed new light on the scope of the Bureau's aerial surveillance ambitions.
No one's topping "Pretty Boy Floyd" in this group.
FOIA-accessed data directly contradicts new Department of Justice report.
Because right now it sucks.
Well, for starters, it didn't get a warrant.
The Scientific Assassination of a Sexual Revolutionary: How America Interrupted Wilhelm Reich's Orgasmic Utopia
Did the U.S. kill the man who wanted to take the stress out of sex and use orgasms to heal the world?
Why that's bad news for privacy rights.
With Mueller officially putting drone use on record, and with a bit of FOIA prodding, hopefully the FBI will glance through their filing cabinets a second time.
Because some of us need a break.
A nominee is being touted for having paid the most lip service to our eroding concept of privacy.
The past few months have seen the culmination of years of work by authorities to dismantle privacy laws.
As a species, we don't really need "evil" anymore.
What the government needs, it argues, is easier access to your inbox, your Gchats, even your gaming data—and in real-time.
At least, the Feds are willing to talk about how they want to spy on Americans.
As far as anybody knows, the lone quadcopter in Brooklyn was not carrying out a domestic strike.
On Wednesday, the government announced that Barrett Brown, a man who became a very public talking head for Anonymous, is facing up to 100 years in jail.
In response to the harsh sentences recently levied against DDoS action organizers, online activists are trying to make the case that disrupting online should be regarded as a legal form of protest.
Last Friday, the U.S. Joint Terrorism Task Force announced the arrest of Adel Daoud, a suburban Chicago teenager who’s since been said to be “enamored with Osama bin Laden and intent on killing Americans.” Daoud is charged with planting a bomb
The fun-loving, government oppression-hating hackers at AntiSec are back in action with the release of over a million Apple user IDs. The encrypted file hit the web late Monday night along with a characteristic rant against everything from the NSA to…
Friday morning, at about 9 A.M., a hostile ex-employee (or so "it's been tweeted":https://twitter.com/NYScanner/status/238996649362456576 by police scanner eavesdroppers) started shooting at random, with at least 10 people injured (it's unclear how m…
The general consensus among authorities is that Anonymous is a threat, both from a criminal and national security perspective. The criminal aspect is easy for police to argue; taking down a "corporation like Sony":http://motherboard.vice.com/2011/4/1…
To anyone thinking about beefing up their computer security, a new "'see something, say, something' memo":http://info.publicintelligence.net/FBI-SuspiciousActivity/Internet_Cafe.pdf from the U.S. Department of Justice might be a little disconcerting…