Latest from Declan McCullagh
Cops can now request access to videos recorded by Ring, bypassing that pesky step of obtaining a search warrant first.
It’s the ‘90s all over again, and the White House is in no mood to humor tech companies right now.
A district judge says no, but don't expect the state’s gun-grabbing politicians to give up.
The city’s systems have been down since May 7, with no end in sight.
The state can't scrub gun manufacturing info from the internet, so they're trying to make distributing it a crime--First Amendment be damned.
Compelled use of facial and finger recognition features runs afoul of the Fifth Amendment.
Outcoming Gov. Jerry Brown was no gun rights advocate, but if Newsom's voting record is any indication, he's likely to be even worse.
The Justice Department is suing to stop the state's restrictive new internet law.
There are lots of reasons to be concerned about government snooping, but how should we feel when private companies do it?
But thanks to the internet, it may not matter.
5 of the 6 largest European antitrust decisions have been slapped on U.S. tech companies
Under Obama the ATF admitted that Congress denied it authority to ban bump-fire stocks on AR-15s, but now the ban seems imminent.
New Golden State registration rules are OK, judge says.
Federal judge rules that the First Amendment prohibits the president from blocking followers based on their political views.
More Second Amendment setbacks in the Golden State when the Supreme Court declines to take a case about city zoning
Golden State gun owners may soon be an endangered species, and no one is talking about why.
When it comes to the Second Amendment, the president is all talk.
A Nevada school district unlawfully required a student not to wear a gun rights T-shirt, according to a First Amendment lawsuit filed today in federal court.
Lawmakers are exploiting the Cambridge Analytica scandal to push new internet regulations.
Obama Harvested Data from Facebook and Bragged About It. Why Are We Only Freaking Out About This Now?
Why are politicians now freaking out about a feature that has been publicly documented since its inception and that was discontinued three years ago?
If our elected representatives need someone to blame, they might try looking a little closer to home.
A murder of local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies would want their own backdoors too.