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Agency computer systems remain an outdated mess and the idea of recording in-custody interviews has finally arrived nearly four decades too late.) We are, of course, talking about the FBI. The FBI's relationship with technology is painfully one-sided.
Surveillance reformers on Capitol Hill are up against a wall and short on time. The USA Freedom Act, the Hill's preeminent measure to curb NSA authority in the wake of Edward Snowden's leaks, cleared the House and has been waiting to see movement in
The 10-year penalty would be applied if the disclosure endangers lives or operations. Such gag provisions already exist for police officers carrying out such special operations under the Crimes Act...Senator Brandis told Sky News on Thursday morning
A pair of burglars was caught on surveillance Monday inside a grocery store on Bedford Avenue in Bedford-Stuyvesant. Police say the men climbed over a temporary wall outside the store, then entered through a hole created by a dump truck that
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ACT Policing Drugs, firearms and heirloom jewellery believed to have been stolen during five separate burglaries earlier this year were seized from a Gowrie home on Wednesday morning. Police say officers carried out a search of the Dalziel Street
In what is perhaps the first admission of its kind, the police have concluded that there is a trust deficit among Muslims, who see them as communal, biased and insensitive...A report, Strategy for making police forces more sensitive towards minority
A perfect example of that is long-time NSA defender Ben Wittes, who recently wrote about why he's not too worried that the NSA is spying on him at all, basically comparing it to the fact that he's confident that law enforcement isn't spying on him
The abduction and sexual assault of the 22-year-old woman at night has raised concern about safety in the city. All through her two-hour ordeal in Fraser Town, not one policeman passed by. This, despite the city police recently strengthening its
UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay speaks during a news conference for a report on ''the right to privacy in the digital age'' at the United Nations in Geneva, July 16, 2014. The top U.N. human rights official suggested on Wednesday