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Let's take a few examples, starting with the big one about Ed Snowden: Rogers : Here's where I think he's crossed the line now, George, he has contacted a foreign country and said, 'I will sell you classified information for something of value.' That'
Privacy advocates and at least one U.S. senator are expressing concern that legislation introduced Thursday would not only endorse the National Security Agency's collection of all Americans' phone records, but also give the agency permission to
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals held that individuals have no reasonable expectation of privacy over their location data. The decision states that location data is a "business record" created by private companies with the implicit consent of cell
The pimps of these child prostitution rings were arrested and will process through our justice system...In our neighborhoods, our towns, our state, this incident of child prostitution was going on...We've recently been warned that a sex offender will
The closely watched case, in the Fifth Circuit of the United States Court of Appeals in Texas, is the first ruling that squarely addresses the constitutionality of warrantless searches of historical location data stored by cellphone service providers.
A half-dozen competitive Senate races this cycle feature a Republican businessman running solely on his or her record of creating jobs and generating revenue. It's a message that resonated particularly well with voters amid a lagging economy, high
The FBI is increasingly going to court to get personal email and Internet usage information as service providers balk at disclosing customer data without a judges orders. Investigators once routinely used administrative subpoenas, called national
When two senators warned that the Patriot Act is being interpreted in a secret way that would alarm Americans if they knew the details, civil liberties activists could only speculate about what they meant. The activists' fear: that the government is
Congress on Thursday passed a four-year extension of post-Sept. 11 powers to search records and conduct roving wiretaps in pursuit of terrorists. Votes taken in rapid succession in the Senate and House came after lawmakers rejected attempts to temper
At a House hearing on Wednesday, the law enforcement community from local to federal agencies went on record in support of continuing two elements of the USA Patriot Act and making another permanent before they are set to expire on May 27...Signed