Study: TSA Full-Body X-Ray Scanners Miss Guns, Explosives, Knives
Researcher: “Frankly, we were shocked by what we found.”
How Various Law Enforcement Agencies Could Hack Your Computer Via YouTube Videos
We ought to be concerned about how ordinary law enforcement around the globe is making use of these tools.
by Mike Masnick

New Corvette Will Record Every Move a Valet Driver Makes
Corvette data recorder will let owners spy on valet drivers.
by Jerry Hirsch
Boston PD Tested Facial Recognition Software By Recording Every Face At Local Music Festivals
Concertgoers attending Boston Calling music festivals last year watched as test subjects.
by Giuseppe Macri

Community Health Systems Says Personal Data Stolen in Cyber Attack
Data stolen included patient names, addresses, birth dates, telephone numbers and Social Security numbers.
by Reuters
Google Maps Has Been Tracking Your Every Move, And There’s A Website To Prove It
Google is tracking wherever your smartphone goes, and putting a neat red dot on a map to mark the occasion.
by Elizabeth Flux

One of NSA’s Biggest Contractors Will Now Be Recording Your License Plate Numbers
Raytheon was recently awarded a huge contract to install all-electronic tolling systems.
by Allegra Kirkland
Ferguson Fuels 'kill switch' Debate
Could give law enforcement the power to shut down cellphones during emergency situations, possibly including public demonstrations.
by Kate Tummarello

Snowden: There's A "Holy Sh_t" Smoking Gun Revelation Coming
Whistleblower says government believes he has information that “would be the death of them all politically”.
by Steve Watson
UK Stores to Implement 'Tracking Mannequins'
“When the customer walks past visual merchandising equipment… an alert is triggered”
by Mikael Thalen

'Kill Switch' Smart Phone Bill Passes In California
All phones sold in the State will be mandated to integrate controversial technology.
by Steve Watson

Obama Official Deleted Obamacare Emails Sought By Congress
Administrator of Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services deleted some of her emails.
by Patrick Howley
Teens get hands-on training at FBI "summer camp"
Students learn about counterterrorism and interrogating a suspect.
by CBS News

UK Police Want Right to See Medical Records Without Consent
Greater Manchester chief constable says move is needed to help police deal with people struggling to look after themselves.
by Vikram Dodd
US Names New York Test Site for Small Drones
Will focus on the use of unmanned aerial vehicles in agricultural applications.
by AFP