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European Parliament Approves Anti-Surveillance System To Fight Illegal NSA Spying

European Parliament Approves Anti-Surveillance System To Fight Illegal NSA Spying
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The NHTSA Is Quietly Working On A Plan To Make Breathalyzers Mandatory In All New Cars

The NHTSA Is Quietly Working On A Plan To Make Breathalyzers Mandatory In All New Cars
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Human Rights Watch Sues Spy Agencies To See Just What Data They Collect

Civil rights group Human Rights Watch (HRW) has announced it is taking U.S and UK spying organizations to court to find out just how much they work together sha...

The Directors Of The CIA, NSA And FBI Just Put On A Masterful Display Of Public Relations And Absolutely Nobody Bought It

The directors of the FBI, CIA, and NSA put on an elaborate display of public relations on Thursday in a thinly veiled attempt to con the American public into gi...

Rival Dutch Political Parties Stand United In Not Welcoming Islamic Migrants

Outspoken Dutch opposition leader Geert Wilders has called the refugees flooding into Europe an “Islamic invasion.” The leader of the Dutch right wing made ...

Poor Laws And Abusive Corporations Are Forcing Americans To Fight For The 'Right To Repair'

As companies continue to infuse technology into even the most mundane of household appliances there is an ever growing battle over what can and should be done i...

Rise Of 'Predictive Policing' Raises Fears Of Computer Generated Discrimination

In the 2002 blockbuster, Minority Report, the character played by Tom Cruise is a police officer who arrests people for the crimes they are about the commit rat...

New Legislation Proposed To Curb The Use Of Fake Cell Phone Towers By Law Enforcement

U.S. officials have introduced new legislation aimed at clamping down on law enforcement agencies use of cell-site simulator technology that tracks criminals an...

Dawn Of Self Driving Cars Leading To Tough Questions About The Future Of Law

When and it what capacity can and should law enforcement direct the actions of those vehicles? A recent report published by the RAND Corp. attempts to identify ...

Bush, Cheney And Former NSA Director Hayden Sued For Using Blanket Surveillance During 2002 Winter Olympics

Former Vice President Dick Cheney, Ex-US president George W Bush, and senior police officials have been sued in a class-action court case for approving blanket ...

The FCC Just Affirmed The Right To 'Bring Your Own' Internet By Fining Wi-Fi Blocker $750,000

A company which had been blocking Wi-Fi access at convention centers in various parts of the United States, has agreed to pay the Federal Communications Commiss...

Chinese Police Arrest Over 15,000 People In Massive Internet Censorship Operation

Chinese police have apprehended over 15,000 suspects for offenses that "jeopardized Internet security," as part of the government’s efforts to tighten interne...

Government Admits It Just Guesses When Putting People On The No Fly List

In a stunning revelation, the U.S. Department of Justice has admitted that the government’s no-fly list is based mainly on “predictive assessments” of pot...

Amnesty International Will Now Fight To Decriminalize Sex Work After Historic Vote

A critical vote to guard sex workers’ human rights was passed yesterday at the decision-making forum of Amnesty International, the International Council Meeti...

Wearables: The Next Big Employee Tracking Device

Wearables, which are currently dominating the fitness and lifestyle industry also have another huge fan: Employers. Companies are increasingly using the 24x7 mo...