The arrival of domestic drones has set up a clash between two very powerful forces in American life.
Drones will inevitably become ubiquitous, right? Not so fast.
The ACLU support body cameras only when they are set up to improve police accountability.
Texas police are touting greater transparency through police body cameras. But Texas law calls that into question.
A legal battle is underway over whether body camera footage of a police shooting should be made public. And there's a twist.
A DEA handbook reveals a government form entitled "Consent to Assume Online Identity."
North Dakota has enacted a bill that lets police arm drones with Tasers, rubber bullets, tear gas, and sound cannons.
Which states have laws or court decisions protecting location privacy?