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Federal judge rules against FBI hiding cellphone surveillance

A federal judge has ruled that the FBI must release documents it improperly withheld about StingRays, the now-infamous cellphone mass-surveillance devices that police and federal agencies have deployed in secret for decades…

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"Homeland Security Plan Scooping Up Phone Calls Over San Bernardino"

Federal investigators looking into the San Bernardino massacre deployed a spy plane overhead after the attacks in an apparent attempt to find additional suspects, Daily Mail Online can reveal.

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"Judges: Web history searches could violate Wiretap Act"

“Jonathan Mayer, an expert in computer science and law at Stanford, told Wired, “This is a pretty big deal for law enforcement. … The punchline is that if the FBI or any law enforcement agency wants to look at your web history, they’ll have to get a warrant for a wiretap order.””



Use of Policeware on the Rise

The challenge for law enforcement and intelligence agencies investigating Internet crimes are those users who hide themselves using various “anonymization” techniques. Internet anonymization techniques allow targets of criminal and terrorist investigations to hide themselves from other Internet users. 547 more words

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Growing Up Is A Process That Never Ends

They keep it real because growing up that never ends. These 26 people remind us why.

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"Stay Weird"

September 1, 2015. In the past couple of weeks, this gem of a 4-minute video from Canada has been doing its rounds on the web. It’s a video posted as a farewell by the CBC Radio show “Wiretap” which ended after 11 seasons. 329 more words