"What started out as a clerical error magnified into a very regrettable and Kafkaesque mistake."
When an aunt asked to see a search warrant, she says she was handcuffed.
Warrantless "implied consent" laws are under review over Fourth Amendment concerns.
Institute for Justice to city: Show probable cause, guys.
A city ordinance let officers harass women as part of a licensing inspection process. A judge ruled it unconstitutional.
Heavily redacted report shows the FBI believed former Trump aide was helping the Russians.
Police say there's evidence. His lawyer says it's a fishing expedition.
The USA Freedom Act was supposed to reduce unwarranted access to our personal data. That's not what happened.
Lawmakers passed a bill requiring American firms to comply with warrants for data stored overseas, ending a legal fight.
She Was Caught Shoplifting When She Was 12. Why Is There a Warrant Out for Her Arrest 25 Years Later?
The now working mother says the fine is bizarre, unfair.
Omnibus Bill Chips Away at Citizens' Abilities to Protect Data from Government Snoops Across the World
The CLOUD Act improves data sharing with governments by reducing oversight.
Judge allows until summer for an unprecedented disclosure of warrant info from one of our most secretive courts.
The former Director of National Intelligence lied under oath about warrantless NSA spying on American citizens.
Lawmakers will advance legislation that expands the power of the feds to snoop on American citizens.
Push by lawmakers for stricter warrant requirements fails.
Hours later he walks it back.
House to vote on a bill that would codify unwarranted searches of Americans' communications.
Congress Mulls Passing Most Intrusive Federal Surveillance Bill Available (Update: Bill Is Dead 'For Now')
This FISA renewal bill would essentially gut the Fourth Amendment.
Senators demand discussion of protections for Americans against unwarranted snooping.
Can they get past the FBI vs. Trump narrative to talk about snooping on the rest of us?
Will This Awful Bill Allowing Warrantless Domestic Snooping Get Shoved Into an End-of-Year Spending Plan?
Congress might quietly expand the feds' surveillance powers without any actual debate.
Congress must make a choice before the end of the year on the level of protections Americans get from unwarranted snooping.
Every attempt to restrain and reform unwarranted domestic surveillance batted away.
Another possible standoff where officials want to compromise everybody's data security.
House leadership rejects stronger protections shielding Americans from unwarranted snooping.
Will snooping reauthorizations just get quietly dumped into a spending bill?
The Fourth Amendment matters to some legislators.
What Rosenstein wants would threaten data security. That's hardly responsible.
Microsoft resisted order for emails on servers in Ireland.
The web host can redact user info unless the Justice Department provides evidence of criminal activity.
BuzzFeed reports federal agencies violating the rules to engage in warrantless domestic snooping of financial information.
The backdoor, warrantless searches won't end, but will see new limits.
Transparency about behavior of government employees is not a violation of due process.
Homeland Security officials seize and snoop into thousands of phones and laptops without any evidence of criminal activity.
FBI, Intel want broad snooping powers to stay intact. That may not be an option.
Even other law enforcement agencies are throwing shade.
A fishing expedition to try to track down anybody who disrupted Inauguration Day events in D.C.
On the pretext of texting safety, they want to give cops free rein to suspend licenses and fine drivers without charges or conviction.
Trump and group of GOP senators don't want us to have greater privacy protections from unwarranted domestic surveillance.
More than 150 million phone call records of Americans were collected in 2016.