"[T]he biggest increase in British security spending since the 7/7 bombings in London..."
Transcend the deceptive conditioning
The series of apparent Islamic State attacks in Paris can be compared to the 2001 destruction of the WTC towers in the US, says Jack Rice
Calling the U.S. the largest threat to U.S. security, Bill Binney accused Congress of exercising no oversight
43 states allowed parents to decline the screening process based on religious beliefs or philosophical reasons, but the option is rarely exercised
In Soviet America, TV watches YOU
The jihad against true intellectual tolerance
US authorities made the most requests for users’ information
“This may be the most massive breach of the attorney-client privilege in modern U.S. history..."
The two whistleblowers were compared to the Washington Navy Yard shooter, who killed twelve people
Failure rate of 95 percent...
States should be braced to pay higher costs
To make matters worse, NSA morale was already precarious before Edward Snowden defected to Moscow
A series of poor proposals from the Federal Aviation Administration threatens to ground much of the commercial drone industry before it even takes flight
Even liberals are terrified of the new intolerant, regressive left
MUPD asked “individuals who witness incidents of hateful and/or hurtful speech or actions” to call the department’s general phone line...
It “undermines” the diversity of the trans community
The chancellor of the school’s flagship Columbia campus announced that he will be stepping down as well
If Facebook fails to comply, it could face a fine of up to 250,000 euros (£180,000) per day
Program’s continued existence for “even one day is a significant harm” to Americans’ privacy
More proof that progressives don't believe in equality
Internet 'provides new ways for our enemies to plan and act against us'
As far as the “shadow government” is concerned, not much has changed
"The Police Act 1997 was never intended to cover computer hacking"
“We do not allow developers to incentivize content sharing on our platform because it encourages spammy sharing"
"Your web records are not like "an itemised phone bill," they're like a list of every book you've ever opened"
A simple trip to the park could actually get you “terror-listed”
Setback for digital privacy advocates...
System exposed publicly more than two years ago by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden
“I don’t need privacy, I’ve nothing to hide” argues “I don’t need free speech, I’ve nothing to say"
Why are we arresting people over raw milk?