So you're sure your ISP or mobile phone provider wouldn't be spying on you, right
The internal police report found the million-plus cameras in London rarely help catch criminals.
Monday, Aug 24th 2009 (5:07pm) | Thanks: /.
Just an average day with a not so average
Friday, Apr 17th 2009 (1:16pm) | Thanks: Mom
Here in the Phoenix valley, we're cursed with automated photo radar. Recently a couple of Santas started doing something about it
Wednesday, Dec 24th 2008 (3:33am)
Arizona governor Janet Napolitano just signed a bill prohibiting the implementation
of the RealID
in Arizona. It's kinda weird seeing this state do something right for a change.
Wednesday, Jun 18th 2008 (6:15am)
There exists a database of Americans, who, often for the slightest and most trivial reason, are considered unfriendly, and who, in a time of panic, might be incarcerated. The database can identify and locate perceived 'enemies of the state' almost instantaneously.
Tuesday, May 20th 2008 (6:14am)
, or we wouldn't be in the mess we're in.
Monday, Mar 17th 2008 (6:00am)
I'm not really sure I will be able to enjoy this sham election now.
Wednesday, Feb 27th 2008 (1:33pm)
As Congress debates new rules for government eavesdropping, a top intelligence official says it is time that people in the United States changed their definition of privacy.
Privacy no longer can mean anonymity, says Donald Kerr, the principal deputy director of national intelligence. Instead, it should mean that government and businesses properly safeguard people's private communications and financial information.
Monday, Nov 12th 2007 (3:44am)
Frank Waterhouse of Oregon is suing Portland police after he was tasered and shot with a beanbag gun. His offense? Videotaping a warrantless police search on a friend's property.
Thursday, Oct 18th 2007 (4:55am)
The Stored Communications Act gives the government the power to track your movements retroactively
from your cell phone data without probable cause, as stored data doesn't get the same legal protection as live data.
Pass, thank you very much.
Tuesday, Sep 25th 2007 (6:00am)
As little as a teaspoonful of untreated wastewater can reveal drug use patterns in a given community
What I want to know is how an entire city could possibly be in one teaspoon. I fart more then that in my pants on any given Sunday!
Thursday, Aug 23rd 2007 (2:55pm)
Steven Swain from the London Metropolitan Police states "I don't know of a single incident where CCTV
has actually been used to spot, apprehend or detain offenders in the act."
Saturday, Aug 4th 2007 (4:44pm)
Google Maps is introducing Street View
, a perspective and detail level high enough to where you can look in windows and read license plates.
Wednesday, May 30th 2007 (12:47pm)
"Hey you, with the red hat, pick up that booger you just flicked!"
This is so wrong
for so many reasons.
Wednesday, Apr 4th 2007 (10:15am)
More and more states are choosing to opt out of the implementation of the RealID
Looks like Arizona could be one of them
. Nice to see this state do something right for once.
Thursday, Mar 8th 2007 (7:25am)
New Hampshire tax protestor Ed Brown
is hunkered down in his home, waiting for the Feds to come get him. Live Free or Die
Dubya can open your mail now
After the warrantless wiretap from last year, the precedent is in place - all
forms of communication will eventually be scrutinized in the name of TWOT*.
* The War On Terra
Friday, Jan 5th 2007 (6:07am)
The test is not new, but in the last two or three years it's been more aggressive
in getting students to take the test
. Could they be prepping for an upcoming draft
Thursday, Dec 7th 2006 (10:57am)
Miracle Gro is being sued by an employee because he was fired for failing a drug test.
Coke? Nope. Meth? Nope. Pot? Nope.
Monday, Dec 4th 2006 (12:09am)
I haven't been to an IHOP since they banned smoking, but now there's an even bigger reason
to tell them to take a flying fuck.
Wednesday, Nov 29th 2006 (7:45am)
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