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Tardy on Rent in Arkansas? You Could Go to Jail

Posted February 13th, 2013 by Mattfree88
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Tardy on Rent in Arkansas? You Could Go to Jail

Under something called the "failure-to-vacate" law, more than 1,200 Arkansas tenants were taken to court last year simply for failing to pay their rent on time. According to a report published last week by Human Rights Watch (HRW) and reported by Salon's Natasha Lennard, Arkansas is the only state in the U.S. that can require a tenant to vacate if they are late to pay rent by just one day. Once they are told to move out, the tenants have 10 days to do so, or face criminal charges.

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New "Surveillance-Proof" App Has Governments Nervous

Posted February 6th, 2013 by TooNs
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A new technology that allows users to send and receive highly encrypted photos, voice recordings, videos, and PDFs securely.

photos, voice recordings, videos, and PDFs securely

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Twitter turning over huge amounts of user data to U.S. government

Posted February 3rd, 2013 by iamodd999
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Social networking giant Twitter has released a new report outlining all subpoenaed, court ordered, and search warranted requests made by the U.S. government for private information about the site's users throughout the past year. And based on the figures, not only is the overall number of such requests steadily expanding, but Twitter is also increasingly being coerced into releasing this confidential data without legitimate probable cause or warrant.

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Police Publish "Most Wanted" Pictures of Non-Violent Accused

Local police department in a suburb of Pittsburgh, PA. creates their own "Most Wanted" list, posting the pictures and accused crimes on the internet. All of these people are to be considered "dangerous" despite being accused of nonviolent crimes and oh yeah...being innocent until proven guilty! To make matters worse, the local Patch (online newspaper/community bulletin board and project of Huff Post) _re-posts_ the names, photos, and warrant information of these people to the community.

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Newspaper publishes addresses of gun permit holders

Posted December 27th, 2012 by Brian
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An interactive map showing the names and addresses of all handgun permit holders in New York's Westchester and Rockland counties has infuriated many readers since it was posted Saturday on a newspaper's website.

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New York Journal News Publishes Gun Owners' Names in Newspaper

In a piece titled, "The gun owner next door: What you don't know about the weapons in your neighborhood," the Journal News requested the names and addresses of local residents who are licensed to own handguns through Freedom of Information Law requests. The paper requested information from Westchester, Rockland and Putnam counties. The paper was only given the names and addresses of those who have a license to own a handgun. The paper was denied its requests for the amount and type of guns owned by those who have licenses.

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Mugshot websites under legal fire.

Posted December 12th, 2012 by ianCredible
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So here's a sticky 1st amendment issue. Websites that publish mugshots which are available publicly often charge the arrestees hundreds of dollars to have their pictures removed, even when charges are dropped. The plaintiffs in the case are such victims of police abuse whose charges have been dropped but whose mugshots are still published online with a full list of the original (and often stacked) charges and can then turn up in a google search. How much of their revenue comes from this?

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Ninth Circuit Gives the A-OK For Warrantless Home Video Surveillance

Posted November 30th, 2012 by phonon
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Can law enforcement enter your house and use a secret video camera to record the intimate details inside? On Tuesday, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals unfortunately answered that question with "yes."

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The TSA is Killing Us

Posted November 20th, 2012 by rastahomie
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Article in Slate magazine about how the inconvenient and inefficient TSA is actually causing more deaths than it prevents.

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Backflip on proposed internet filter.

Posted November 8th, 2012 by raffe-al
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THE Australian Federal Government has abandoned its long-standing commitment to introduce a national internet filter and will instead ban websites related only to child abuse.

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