For a change Verizon sent me a paper bill last month. It appears innocuous but appearances are deceiving. On the last two pages is my “talk activity,” 47 entries showing the date and time of a call, duration, the other ...Read More »
Can Facebook and similar entities protect user data from sweeping government searches? On Tuesday, the New York Court of Appeals hears oral argument on this issue in the case of In re 381 Search Warrants Directed to Facebook, Inc. I ...Read More »
HARTFORD, Conn. — Law enforcement cellphone tracking devices are coming under scrutiny in several states, where lawmakers have introduced proposals ranging from warrant requirements to an outright ban on the technology. Privacy and constitutional concerns, including Fourth Amendment search and ...Read More »
The Justice Department is citing this month’s internet outages caused by widespread cyberattacks to support allowing U.S. agents to search online devices in faraway locations with approval from a single judge. Lawmakers are expressing renewed reservations about a change some ...
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