The Levy-Robinson proposal is no less dangerous a backdoor than any others that have been proposed.
Thought we were done with surveillance-law debates, at least for a few years? Not by a long shot. A sunset is looming for three FISA provisions. What’s at stake? Here’s a guide to prep you for the
Cops can’t just hold an iPhone up to a suspect’s face to search it, judge rules. It could be a landmark decision in modern privacy.
Damn it … this is ‘murica … love it or leave it!
A woman drinking wine from a Pringles can while riding around the Walmart parking lot has been banned from the store.
A reliable Federal Bureau of Investigation source …
In April 1950, the US federal government raided the offices of Scientific American Magazine to destroy every printed issue, burning three thousand copies. The reason? The banned magazine contained an article, titled “The Hydrogen Bomb: II” written by Professor Hans Bethe, one of the country’s most prominent nuclear scientists, which had been deemed a threat to national security.
The government not only burned every issue of Scientific American but also questioned the magazine’s political allegiance. As a reliable Federal Bureau of Investigation source stated in Bethe’s file, “Scientific American runs the sort of stuff which the Soviets would like to see in popular scientific journal, including left-wing authors on atomic energy and security questions.”
New deep learning methods tested on video footage groups of animals could be a surveillance hit.
Many thought the internet would bring democracy to China. Instead it empowered rampant government oppression, and now the censors are turning their attention to the rest of the world.
A legal case from the maker of Oreos demanding that the company’s insurance carrier cover the costs of a cyberattack could set an important precedent for the insurance industry.
In the wake of the USMCA’s promotion of the Cross Border Privacy Rules established in 2011 by APEC, a reexamination of the CBPR system is warranted.
The program represents a shift toward moment-by-moment monitoring of immigrant activities during the lifecycle of their interactions with the United States.