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Your cellphone is tracking your movements and, despite legal protections, federal, state, and local officials are finding new and disturbing ways to use that information.
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Compelled use of facial and finger recognition features runs afoul of the Fifth Amendment.
Although they might not have the legal power to tax texts at all.
Techno-panic finds a new target in Jean Twenge's "Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation?"
The company argued that it had a free-speech right to text users unauthorized birthday reminders.
Secure communications for me, but not for thee.
Governor signs bill requiring court orders for accessing things like texts and tracking location data.
Technology and the law
Ruling sidesteps First and Fourth Amendment concerns.
The government acknowledges another warrantless metadata program.
Findings suggest cellphone separation anxiety can negatively impact cognitive performance and cause blood pressure to rise.
A price war, consumers rejoice!
Estimated $1.43 billion worth of legal pot to be sold in 2013
Authorizes mass collection of telephone metadata
Telecom companies had ability to challenge mass metadata collections but never did
The old "Your grandchild is in a foreign prison and we need money" trick
Today in time for Senate hearings
Hard to compete with free app
Responding to attacks over the weekend
Says Obama Administration has "sunk to a new low"
Tablet ownership almost tripled
Now that the Obama Administration Has Alienated Most Journalists, Does the Phone Privacy Bill Have Legs?
It probably won't really help protect leaks, but it's a start
Without proving they qualified
Maybe ask if they're actually needed?