Proposed law scheduled for a vote next week originally increased Americans' e-mail privacy. Then law enforcement complained. Now it increases government access to e-mail and other digital files.Read more »
As the law stands now, the authorities may obtain cloud e-mail without a warrant if it is older than 180 days, thanks to the Electronic Communications Privacy Act adopted in 1986...A coalition of internet service providers and other groups, known as Digital Due Process, has lobbied for an update to the law to treat both cloud- and home-stored e-mail the same, and thus require a probable-cause warrant for access.Read more »
One of the men, who was driving, said members of the Red Dog unit pulled over his vehicle and forced him to pull down his pants on the side of the road in broad daylight, as officers conducted a search for drugs. No drugs were ever found, driver Brian Kidd said.
Kidd told Philips that his roommate, Shawn Venegas, was also subjected to a body cavity search that left him feeling uncomfortable.
"I feel molested, and I feel like I was raped," Venegas told Philips over the phone.Read more »
It's a way for the gym chain to save money and cut down on fraud, but some customers are concerned about privacy. With gym memberships down across the fitness industry, the giant 24 Hour Fitness chain is taking a new cost-cutting approach to identifying its gym members — fingerprints.Read more »
Do you want to know who the secretive Illuminati are? Type the word illuminati backwards - itanimulli.com and you will find out about these people who run our country.Read more »
Facebook has shown time and time again they don't care about your privacy. May 31st is quit Facebook day. Let's move towards an open source alternative.Read more »
When police show up to the home of a 28 year old Air Force Sergent to arrest her partner, they spot an Iowa marriage license, and then out her as a lesbian to her superiors.Read more »
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