The courts have confirmed that the Department of Homeland Security has the right to take your electronic devices when crossing the border without any probable cause or suspicion of guilt.
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The Department of Homeland Security is working to deploy laser scanners than analyze you at a molecular level from over a hundred feet away, and they go way further than seeing through your clothes.
Amid suspicions that the US government itself could be behind the Flame virus that's sweeping across the Middle East, the Department of Homeland Security has issued a warning about the virus in the US
In the last year, the United States government has seized approximately 120 domains suspected of harbouring piracy activities. Who requested the takedowns? The media industries of the United States of course - the RIAA and...
If you frequent the American-Canadian border (or perhaps the American-Mexican border), you may want to make sure you're not carrying anything remotely suspicious on your digital devices - your laptop, your cell phone, your camera,...
As part of an initiative by the American Department of Homeland Security’s ICE project, multiple web domains were taken down this week that are accused of hosting child pornography and counterfeit goods or linking to...
The right to search laptop data will be limited under a new bill introduced to the US Senate today. Three Democratic senators introduced a bill to ensure that the existing rules for the Department of...