A ruling from a court of appeals indirectly notes that web history isn’t just metadata, and warrantlessly tracking it could violate the Wiretap Act.
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A federal magistrate in New York declined to fall in step with the government’s demand to access an Apple device seized by investigators, fanning the flames of a national debate.
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New law requires state law enforcement get warrant or other court order to obtain digital data held by companies, track GPS location or search mobile devices.
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The anti-surveillance group Intelexit has graduated from passing out pamphlets to dropping them from the sky.
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You can watch along with the announcement right here.
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It was not easy for Hacking Team to buy zero-day exploits to sell to governments.
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