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When I wrote about Justin Bieber's trouble with the law last week, we didn't know how far he'd fall in just a few days. Now Bieber has been arrested for late-night drag racing in Miami
Edward Snowden's disclosures about the NSA's spying programs have ignited a passionate, nationwide debate about privacy and surveillance....
Police Hunger for Drones May be Growing, but So Are Privacy Concerns | American Civil Liberties Union www.aclu.org
The ACLU’s Chris Calabrese testified yesterday before the Senate Commerce Committee in a hearing on the economic benefits and the safety, privacy, and First Amendment implications of unmanned aerial vehicles — drones — which are poised to invade U.S. airs
As you may have heard, Justin Bieber is being investigated for egging his neighbor's home in Los Angeles. If the damage is found to be $400 or more, Bieber could be charged with felony vandalism under California law. A wrinkle that makes this different th
This holiday season we finally know: Santa isn't the only one watching to see who's been naughty or nice..."/>
Yesterday, a federal district court in Massachusetts ordered the government to provide Mark Anthony Reid, a U.S. Army veteran who has spent over a year in immigration detention, with the basic due process of an immigration bond hearing. The court held tha