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  • Vacation time is the perfect time to knock out tech chores

    Vacation time is the perfect time to knock out tech chores
    The sun glittered on the water. Dolphins were cavorting past. The breeze sang; the sand beckoned. Time to install that password memorization program on my laptop! That's what I did on my recent beach vacation. Oh, that's not all I did. I also...
  • Students challenge free-speech rules on college campuses

    Students challenge free-speech rules on college campuses
    College students in California and three other states filed lawsuits against their campuses Tuesday in what is thought to be the first-ever coordinated legal attack on free speech restrictions in higher education. Vincenzo Sinapi-Riddle, a 20-year-old...
  • Spy watchdog sees little wrong with NSA's surveillance of noncitizens abroad

    WASHINGTON A national security watchdog panel on Wednesday approved a soft-hitting report on one of the National Security Agency's data collection programs, saying it is legal and provoking critics who say the program actually sweeps up Americans' data...
  • New FBI director visits Miami, spotlights threat of US extremists traveling to Syria

    MIAMI FBI Director James Comey said Monday that counterterrorism is still the bureau's No. 1 priority, but its focus has shifted toward U.S. travelers going to Syria bent on some "misguided jihad" including a Florida man who participated in a rebel...
  • House vote to limit NSA spying alters trajectory of privacy debate

    The following editorial appeared in the San Jose Mercury News on Monday, June 23: No one has worked harder than Rep. Zoe Lofgren, D-Calif., to restore Americans' right to privacy and to protect Silicon Valley companies from the excesses of the National...
  • Truth about missing IRS emails will emerge

    Any American who watched the disgusting display by the IRS head, John Koskinen, had to feel outrage at his arrogance and hubris. Lois Lerner's emails have been erased and the hard drives destroyed … temporarily. Eventually, like with President...
  • Congressional incumbents enjoy strong support primary

    Congressional incumbents enjoy strong support primary
    Maryland's congressional delegation cruised to victory in Tuesday's primary, leaving Democrats positioned to dominate the state's House seats even in a year that's shaping up to be promising for the Republicans nationally. Six of eight incumbents...
  • Tethered blimps are needed [Letter]

    Tethered blimps are needed [Letter]
    The Baltimore Sun's recent article concerning the U.S. military's experiment of employing tethered blimps to help with "homeland security" was replete with interesting information ("Privacy advocates concerned about Aberdeen Proving Ground blimps," June...
  • Los ciudadanos de la UE podrán presentar demandas sobre privacidad en EEUU

    ATENAS (Reuters) - Estados Unidos aprobará una legislación que brindará a los ciudadanos de la Unión Europea el derecho a interponer demandas en el país norteamericano si consideran que sus datos privados fueron publicados sin autorización o mal...
  • U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Privacy Of Cellphones

    WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court brought the constitutional right of personal privacy into the digital era Wednesday, ruling unanimously that police may not search a smartphone or similar device without a warrant from a judge. The decision is the...
  • A smart, historic ruling on cellphone privacy

    A smart, historic ruling on cellphone privacy
    In 2012, Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. told a university audience that the challenge for the Supreme Court for the next 50 years would be: "How do we adapt old, established rules to new technology?" On Wednesday, the court proved itself equal to...