Filmmakers threatened with jail-time for thought provoking documentary
“Monumental invasion of privacy," says ACLU NJ director
Senate Bill 1462 would allow officers to take roadside swab samples when they believe a driver is impaired from illegal or prescription drugs
North Carolinians seeking to indulge now get a black screen...
Charter signed April 5 by ODNI Director James Clapper
State Department refused to state whether the Panama Papers constitute data theft or not
CIA operative called Alex a conspiracy theorist on CNN
"This reaction... is certainly understandable"
"I continue to believe she has not jeopardized America's national security"
Government attempts to dismantle Internet security
To prevent crime and relieve users from the necessity of carrying cash or credit cards
The results of liberty are all the things we love, none of which can be finally provided by government
"The government’s application is not moot and the government continues to require Apple’s assistance..."
Beauty secrets of the spies - CIA’s Venture Capital Arm Is Funding Skin Care Products That Collect DNA
Media criticized a plan calling for Trump supporters to assemble at RNC in Cleveland in July
There's an earth-rape for the rare metals needed for the cars’ battery packs
Detailed account on multiple ways television is used to program the mind
"I've stayed close to that investigation to ensure that it's done that way"
Scandal follows TSA's massive app boondoggle
These cases prove the serious threat Iran poses to the United States
Obama does not escape criticism for his efforts to fuel the problem
Clothing brand issues apology after backlash over "racist" advertisement
Claims the network is bending to the will of the Clinton family
The state enforces its agenda with ideological orthodoxies
Exclusive: Festival chairman says documentary "censored" by "powerful forces"
New controversy being used to heap condemnation on Russian President Vladimir Putin
Polls consistently show the public, when informed, opposes civil forfeiture
The popular service owned by Facebook began applying "end-to-end" encryption to standard messages
Maryland could appeal to supreme court to reverse ruling that found police use of device to track cellphones without warrant in violation of Fourth Amendment
Candidate with small amount of delegates knows that a GOP convention can help him steal election
US media demonizes Chinese model of monitoring citizens, while Americans are watched more than ever
Was giving speech on internet security when he tried to access South Korean website, but was blocked by the system...