The latest encryption measures adopted by Google and Apple to beef up users’ security seem futile in light of firms like Hacking Team, which are offering software that allows authorities to bypass encryptions on personal devices,
In two speeches this month, US National Security Agency (NSA) Director Admiral Mike Rogers called for a further integration between the NSA and major technology and communications companies.
When organizers checked their database against the state’s they noticed that nearly 50,000 of those registrations had vanished-the majority of them being people of color in Democratic-leaning regions.
Federal case in Las Vegas now working its way through the courts question whether federal agents can disrupt service to a house then, masquerading as helpful technicians, gain entry to covertly search the premises in hopes of finding evidence that might later justify a search warrant.
Questions are being asked of the United States Postal Service after the release of an audit confirming that roughly 49,000 pieces of mail were monitored by the agency during the last fiscal year.
A dance party in St. George, Utah shut downbecause city will not allow people to dance without permits. Fairly common in these areas for the city to throw permit requirements on event organizers days before show, which sabotages event after months of planning, large sums of money invested.
The Internal Revenue Service seizing bank accounts belonging to small businesses and individuals who regularly made deposits of less than $10,000, but broke no laws, government refusing to return the money taken. Civil asset forfeiture allows IRS agents to seize property they suspect of being tied to a crime, even if no charges filed.
CIA and FBI used at least 1,000 ex-Nazis of all ranks and collaborators as anti-Soviet spies during the Cold War overlooking their war crimes and concealing it even from the US Justice Department, The New York Times reports citing newly disclosed files.
Furious with the government plan to impose tax on Internet data traffic, thousands of Hungarians rallied in front of the Economy Ministry in Budapest to protect the freedom of the internet from the “anti-democratic” measure.
Town of Stettin sued Hoeppner in 2008, saying use of his land where he restored antique tractors violated city ordinances, ordered to remove rubbish judge ruled he had not complied, fined Hoeppner $500-a-day. After losing appeal, ordered to pay $80,000. Hoeppner paid the $80,000 fine, spent his retirement fund, more than $200,000 fighting the city. Sheriff’s Department sent 24 armed officers and Marathon County Response Vehicle to collect fine.
14-year old Eric Martin bullied severely, one day he fought back, beat unconsciousness by classmates, spent two weeks in hospital. School is pressing charges against Eric. He is facing two charges of assault despite suffering a traumatic brain injury, multiple contusions, and a broken arm, his assailants were largely unharmed. If convicted, he could face jail time and fines.
Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko endorsed a ban on unemployment, introducing measures against "social parasitism." Belarussian police proposal to punish people who "intentionally don't work," including by imposing forced labor. "We need to make these people work using any means we know.
The United States government has moved to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) on behalf of five US citizens who say they were victims of a domestic surveillance program, which involves the collection of “suspicious activity reports” on individuals.
Over the past 20 years, prompted by changing police tactics and a zero-tolerance attitude toward small crimes, authorities have made more than a quarter of a billion arrests. Nearly one out of every three American adults are on file in the FBI’s master criminal database.
. City records show that Xui Lui has paid county and city tax every year. Certified letters notifying her of an outstanding balance were mailed to the home returned to the city because of an incomplete address. Her home being sold at auction due to overdue tax bill of $94.85; has to move out by Nov. 25,
Family members of Press TV’s American-Lebanese correspondent, Serena Shim, say they do not believe their daughter died in a normal accident in Turkey.
Operating out of South Africa during apartheid era in 1980s, Dr. Wouter Basson launched secret bioweapons project called Project Coast. The goal was to develop biological, chemical agents that would either kill or sterilize the black population, sassinate political enemies. Among the agents developed were Marburg and Ebola viruses.
Issuing tickets to motorists who drove through yellow lights that turned red fractions of a second shorter than the three-second city minimum. $100 tickets. Florida Department of Transportation secretly reduced its policy on the length of yellow lights, likely bringing millions of dollars in additional revenue to the state.
FBI: director attacking the companies and the idea of encryption, suggesting that Congress should pass a law banning the practice of default encryption.
Nashville Police Chief Steve Anderson recently sent a letter to Congress alleging that Secret Service agents asked Nashville police to falsify a warrant so that the agents could search the home of a Nashville resident who had posted about President Obama on Facebook.
A Special Response Team shattered a family’s window in the middle of the night, hurled a flashbang onto a couch next to a sleeping girl, then charged in and shot her in the head. Police raided both sides of a duplex, suspect only known to reside in one of them.
I believe that Americans should be deeply skeptical of government power. You cannot trust people in power. The founders knew that. That's why they divided power among three branches, to set interest against interest.
A federal magistrate judge awarded $50,000 to California man after a park ranger used a Taser on him during a confrontation over an unleashed dog.
In Los Angeles, foundation money has been used to buy hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth of license plate readers, upgrade “Stingray” devices, Palantir’s technology to track individuals with unprecedented reach.
Fox News contributor and former actress Stacey Dash on Monday called on the federal government to establish facilities in every U.S. city where suspected Ebola patients could be quarantined.
US citizens who profit off the Canadian medical marijuana market may eventually find themselves breaking US laws, DEA tracking potential money laundering and drug trafficking violators. Using banking system to transfer proceeds from investments into US could be a red flag for money laundering and distributing a Schedule 1 drug.
British author Nick Kollerstrom hands himself over to Scotland Yard, tells police he is a law-abiding British citizen who has doubts about 9/11 and 7/7 bombings. According to British prime minister Cameron means he is as dangerous as ISIS terrorists, should be arrested. Came to police station to comply with prime minister’s declaration.
Britain and America will hold 'war games' next week to test their response to the collapse of a major bank on either side of the Atlantic. Britain and America will hold 'war games' to test their response to the collapse of a major bank, like Lehman Brothers.
Obama signed into law amendment to Executive Order 13295, redefines who can be quarantined and why. any police officer or ‘health official’ can, without question, on suspicion alone, quarantine someone simply for showing any sign of ‘respiratory illness.
NSA has began sponsoring cybersecurity camps for middle and high school students, teach “low-level programming cybersecurity vulnerabilities are.” “Wireless scavenger hunt”; 10th graders dispatched to hunt down “rogue access points,” eliminate “threats on the Internet.”
The NYPD officer who used his gun to bludgeon an unarmed Brooklyn teenager in the face has been suspended without pay and might be indicted, after video footage of the violent August arrest went public this week.
Video has surfaced appearing to show a New York City police officer taking $1,300 from a man who says he was robbed and then pepper-sprayed by the cop during a stop-and-frisk last month that ended without arrest. Brooklyn district attorney’s office investigating allegations of wrongdoing.
The aggressive and mindless stance that Washington’s warmongers have taken toward Russia and China have shattered the accomplishment of Reagan and Gorbachev.
Louisiana police Chief Earl Theriot admits he committed sex acts with an unresponsive woman while responding to a 911 call and lying to the FBI about it, was sentenced to no jail time, but instead a $2,500 fine and 24 months probation.
As the United States charges once more into war, little debate has centered on the actual utility of war. Instead, policymakers and pundits have focused their comments on combating the latest danger to our nation and its interests as posed by Islamic State militants.
As Col. House outlines the plot to return the US to full “British” control, under the guise of the League of Nations, he describes a “system of thought control” that today is stronger than ever.
Major US corporate cartels are reportedly geared to become the main beneficiaries of the so-called US-led coalition against the ISIL Takfiri terrorists. According the LA Times, giant military contractor Raytheon has won a new deal to provide the US military with more Tomahawk cruise missiles that could be fired into Iraq and Syria.
Women detained at an immigrant holding facility in southern Texas allege workers there have sexually abused them, including by removing them from their cells at night for sex as well as fondling them in front of others, lawyers wrote in a letter to federal officials this week.
A US political commentator has said that Americans should know the United States is not a democracy, but instead “a very firmly entrenched oligarchy” that cannot be simply changed through elections.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan defended his government’s efforts to control online speech, tells press freedom conference: ”Media should never been given liberty to insult, "expressed concern criminal and terrorist organisations go online to recruit followers.
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