"Gotta cover our ass," said one trooper. "Let's give him something," said another.
They told him they did not really think he was the perpetrator, but wanted to reassure his elderly neighbor.
Going nuclear on surveillance: collecting a DNA sample from a juvenile for riding a bike without lights.
Only through strict oversight and transparency rules can we curb illegal and discriminatory uses of surveillance technology.
The technology can continuously monitor a 30-square-mile area and track any vehicle or pedestrian within that area
The powerful images that are fueling a new civil rights movement rely on private companies to see the light of day.
The problem facing ISPs, and why their solution is dangerous for consumers.
When it comes to prescription drug records, Utah has far more respect for the Fourth Amendment than the federal government.