Posts Tagged: privacy

Why Criminals Should Not Use Facebook

These guys? Pure genius. I mean really. Police apprehended criminals who  robbed an internet cafe because one of them forgot to log out of Facebook. Read more on Mashable.

Why Criminals Should Not Use Facebook

These guys? Pure genius. I mean really. Police apprehended criminals who  robbed an internet cafe because one of them forgot to log out of Facebook. Read more on Mashable.

Lying is a Federal Crime

On the Internet, at least. Companies are paying good money for your personal information, and if what you were saying weren’t true… Read more on The New American.

Lying is a Federal Crime

On the Internet, at least. Companies are paying good money for your personal information, and if what you were saying weren’t true… Read more on The New American.

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Supreme Court to Rule on GPS Tracking

In a potentially groundbreaking high-tech case, the Supreme Court will decide whether constant surveillance is such an intrusion on people’s lives that police need a warrant before attaching a GPS device to a person’s car. Read more on USA Today.

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Supreme Court to Rule on GPS Tracking

In a potentially groundbreaking high-tech case, the Supreme Court will decide whether constant surveillance is such an intrusion on people’s lives that police need a warrant before attaching a GPS device to a person’s car. Read more on USA Today.

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GPS, Meet Privacy Laws

A bipartisan group that includes former leaders of the FBI and Drug Enforcement Administration on Wednesday called for limits on law enforcement’s use of GPS and other powerful technologies to track the movements of suspects. Read more on Boston.com.

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GPS, Meet Privacy Laws

A bipartisan group that includes former leaders of the FBI and Drug Enforcement Administration on Wednesday called for limits on law enforcement’s use of GPS and other powerful technologies to track the movements of suspects. Read more on Boston.com.