These citizen meter maids would be empowered to ticket drivers for parking in bike lanes
Other state and cities should consider doing the same thing
Plus: the biggest trouble with Devin Nunes' Twitter lawsuit, the Senate fails to override Trump's Yemen veto, bad news for the gig economy, and more...
Section 215 has been used to secretly access our private data, but hasn't accomplished much.
After years of political fights over our privacy, a potential end in mass phone metadata collection
Should you be worried?
Nabbing Robert Kraft Helped Florida Prosecutors Get Headlines. Now Kraft and Other Orchids of Asia Customers Are Fighting Back
They're joined by an arrested spa owner and manager in fighting the release of surveillance video, with an array of big media companies on the other side.
The feds have allegedly abandoned the program. These four want to make sure it stays dead.
The privately maintained database has billions of records on drivers across the country.
If the Feds Have Stopped Snooping on Our Phone Records, Watch Out for the Anti-Encryption Propaganda
Backdoors into your texts and private message provide far more information than your phone metadata.
Pervasive real-time police surveillance is not just theoretical anymore.
For years, security state advocates fought to maintain the authority to snoop on your phone records. Are they really giving up?
We were told this sort of spying would only be used to stop terrorists. And yet...
A cashless society is a monitored (and potentially controlled) society.
The latest in London Mayor Sadiq Khan's war on knife ownership.
Good intentions, private fears, and innovative entrepreneurs vying for government contracts are killing privacy in public places.
How big hotel chains became arms of the surveillance state.
Bombshell Report About Americans Helping UAE Hack Phones Is a Warning Against Compromising Encryption
Hacking tools end up in the hands of some dangerous people. So, apparently, do our government hackers.
"We shouldn't have to think about self-censoring what we say online."
Congressional Democrats want to put more cameras and sensors on private property.
Air marshals might still treat you like a terrorist. But they'll stop documenting your every move.
A decade of surveillance from the civil rights era makes a technology and social-media-fueled return.
The former New York mayor's authoritarian record shows he has no real love for America's founding document.
British Group Fighting Secret Government Surveillance Subjected to Secret British Government Surveillance
U.K. government officials insisted they didn't collect and store communications data of Privacy International. Turns out they did.
Plus: why Gary Johnson will be good for the Senate, "toxic culture" at the TSA, the dismissal of an anti-FOSTA lawsuit, and a new economic freedom index.
The PATRIOT Act fell out of fashion-but swap "human trafficker" for "terrorist" and let the civil liberties infringements roll!
And the guidelines for spying on journalists may be even looser under Trump.
Since his whistleblowing, the United Kingdom has granted itself even more power to snoop on citizens.
The Supreme Court nominee talks warrantless government surveillance with Sen. Patrick Leahy.
Draft legislation would force tech companies to compromise encryption at the government's demand.
Air Marshals Secretly Followed an Artsy Virginia Mom on Flights to Make Sure She Wasn't Going to Destroy America
More details emerge on TSA's secret, suspicionless surveillance of certain American travelers.
Air marshals have snooped on about 5,000 of us since March-and not because they suspected any of those people of specific crimes.
ACLU Accuses Memphis Police of Monitoring the Private Communications of Black Lives Matter Activists
Domestic surveillance in Tennessee.
The ACLU stunt is intended to warn against using tech to identify suspects.
Heavily redacted report shows the FBI believed former Trump aide was helping the Russians.
The USA Freedom Act was supposed to reduce unwarranted access to our personal data. That's not what happened.
In a case involving cellphone location data, Gorsuch says entrusting information to someone does not mean surrendering your Fourth Amendment rights.
The dangers of government surveillance.
Law enforcement is upset, but data security is vital to prevent crimes.
Former Senate Intel Committee staffer charged with lying about relationships with reporters covering Carter Page investigation.