The NSA was weaponizing software vulnerabilities that it should have been helping to fix.
A computer was deciding to cut Idahoans' health benefits by tens of thousands of dollars. The state wouldn't explain why.
There was “too much film.... Just too much film,” the officials complained.
Rep. Blackburn's privacy legislation appears to be a naked attempt to undercut state privacy efforts.
From the moment the protections were undone, our phones at the ACLU began ringing off the hook with queries from the states.
We need more information about how immigration agents are using surveillance devices under Trump.
A device in widespread use by law enforcement and customs officials allows wide-ranging searches of personal devices
Are "Ag Gag" laws, which make make taking pictures on farms without owner's consent a criminal offense, constitutional?