Patriot Front members are on the lam, avoiding riot charges for plot to storm Pride event
The five men skipped court.
On Apr 11, 2023 by Claire Goforth
Man responds to his own mugshot on police department’s Facebook page
An absconding criminal turned himself in after a week of publicly chatting with police department on their Facebook post.
On Dec 7, 2018 by Samira Sadeque
6 ways police can spy on you without a warrant
Your privacy may be at risk.
On Jan 5, 2017 by Kristen Hubby
The FBI still doesn’t have a warrant to review the latest emails related to Clinton’s private server scandal
It's increasingly unclear if the FBI will receive a warrant to obtain correspondences reportedly related to Hillary Clinton's private email scandal.
On Oct 30, 2016 by Chris Tognotti
Federal appeals court says Fourth Amendment doesn’t protect phone location data
This is the fourth appeals court to rule this way.
On May 31, 2016 by Eric Geller
What Congress’ new email-privacy bill means for your inbox
The Electronic Communications Privacy Act Amendments Act is a big deal—if it can come up for a vote.
On Sep 15, 2015 by Eric Geller
Police officers are sexually terrorizing black women—and the law allows it
The war on black women is a war on America.
On Aug 19, 2015 by Marcie Bianco
Facebook just lost a key battle over search warrants
New York court ruling means Internet companies can't fight warrants on users' behalf.
On Jul 22, 2015 by Eric Geller
New bill would stop the FBI from launching spy planes without a warrant
Privacy advocates have praised the bill as a win for civil liberties.
On Jun 17, 2015 by Eric Geller
Penn State suspends frat that ran secret Facebook pages for revenge porn
Can we ban Greek life yet?
On Mar 17, 2015 by Miles Klee
Microsoft enlists Apple, Amazon, and Verizon in privacy fight against U.S. government
Almost everyone is with Microsoft on this one.
On Dec 16, 2014 by Aaron Sankin
Microsoft must hand over email data stored overseas, judge rules
This is bad news for the cloud-storage industry.
On Jul 31, 2014 by Aaron Sankin
A judge just handed someone’s entire Gmail account over to U.S. prosecutors
What's probable cause mean again?
On Jul 21, 2014 by Patrick Howell O'Neill
How to stop police from searching your phone without a warrant
Knowledge is power.
On Jun 26, 2014 by Andrew Couts