Oklahoma woman does not renew her drivers license.Read more »
There's a bill in the Canadian parliament now to mandate that all ISPs spy on their users connections, and supply the information to the government on demand without a warrant.Read more »
And so the final act begins: The Federal Bureau of Investigation is giving significant new powers to its roughly 14,000 agents, allowing them more leeway to search databases, go through household trash or use surveillance teams to scrutinize the lives of people who have attracted their attention.Read more »
Ceder Falls, Iowa city council voted 6-1 to force all commercial property owner to turn over keys to their buildings under the guise of safety. Many residents showed up to the town meeting in objection to the ordinance. You can also see the blog http://www.nolockbox.org/blog/ for more information and link to news articles.Read more »
“All the world’s weapons in all the world’s police hands are useless against the public’s ability to keep their cryptographic economy to themselves..."Read more »
The State Department's proposed new passport form asks for all addresses since birth; lifetime employment history including employers’ and supervisors names, addresses, and telephone numbers; personal details of all siblings; mother’s address one year prior to your birth; any “religious ceremony” around the time of birth; and a variety of other information.Read more »
Two researchers announced Wednesday that they had discovered a file stored on those devices that records where they have been, and when. The data in the file, which is found on all devices running Apple's iOS operating system and on computers to which those iOS devices are synced, could be used to plot users' movements.Read more »
Google searches, GoogleMaps, GPS geotags, photos (yes, even THAT one!), videos, contacts, text messages... EVERYTHING!Read more »
The Michigan chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union is questioning the Michigan State Police's use of cellphone "extraction" devices.Read more »
The Russian security service has proposed banning Skype, Hotmail and Gmail as their "uncontrolled use" could pose a security threat, a service official said during a government meeting on Friday.Read more »
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