The union wants to ensure the public can’t see an officer’s body cam footage without the officer’s consent.
As searches of devices at the border rise, the government continues to conduct searches without getting a warrant first.
Proposal to Expand Mandatory DNA Collection in Virginia Raises Serious Privacy and Due Process Concerns
Expansion of the state database would violate Virginians’ privacy and could lead to false convictions and ethnic bias.
If you like flying coach, you’ll love the FCC’s new internet.
The approach would utilize an emerging technology that analyzes students’ sensitive data without creating a massive database.
The government released an updated process on disclosing software vulnerabilities. Its efficacy remains to be seen.
DC study finds that the deterrent effect of body cameras on officers is minimal.
Last week, we argued against the U.K.’s dragnet spying practices before the top European human rights court.
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