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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.
A bill prohibiting employers from asking employees for their passwords to social networking sites has passed the Senate and House in Maryland and awaits the governor's signature.
Our phones store a treasure trove of data for not only companies like Google and Apple, but also for law enforcement as well. There are forensic devices available that allow a person to connect a...
A United States appeals court has revived and reinstated a lawsuit against a government policy that allows for the surveillance of civilians' telephone calls and emails. The controversial law, known as the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act...
Late last year a man -- Officer Robert Collins -- from Maryland was asked to give his Facebook login email address and password during a recertification interview with the Maryland Division of Corrections (DOC). Now,...
I remember posting a story about this awhile back, here's an update to it :) Face-recognition technology designed to help catch known criminals proved ineffective during a two-month period, according to a report...