Should the government be trying to figure out if we are going to commit a crime in advance? That sounds like something out of a Tom Cruise movie, but the truth is that “pre-crime” technologies such as were portrayed in Minority Report are being aggr
At around 1:30am my family and I were awaken by the sound of loud and aggressive banging at our front door. The Aggressive nature of the banging frightened us so I walked into the guest room that looks over the front of our house and was shocked when
Police Are Now Entering And Inspecting Homes To Prevent Crimes. Landlords in Texas are allegedly allowing police inside homes for “inspections.”
A Warrington, Florida couple was asleep in their bed when a group of Escambia County sheriff's deputies climbed into their home without a warrant,....
The Obama administration on Friday asserted a bold and broad power to collect the phone records of millions of Americans in order to search for a nugget of information that might thwart a terrorist attack.
Silent Circle's CEO Michael Janke admitted that some of its high-profile users would likely have authorities sniffing around soon. In the meantime, Silent Circle's phone, video and text encryption systems are still up and running.
Police forces around the world have had the problem that when their officers get a bit carried away and start pepper spraying tied captives there is someone on hand filming the event on their mobile phones.
I wish that I could legally share with you the events that led to my decision. I cannot. I feel you deserve to know what’s going on–the first amendment is supposed to guarantee me the freedom to speak out in situations like this. Unfortunately,
According to the FBI, in 2011 there were 3991.1 arrests for every 100,000 people living in America. That means over the course of a single year, one in 25 Americans was arrested.
[4409 at 1:25] They are a special brand of the TSA, called "VIPR." It stands for "Visible Intermodal Prevention and Response." VIPR has been around since 2005, and they are meant to boost security by being a deterrent, and detecting security risk
Despite the steady hue and cry by government agencies about the need for more police, more sophisticated weaponry, and the difficulties of preserving the peace and maintaining security in our modern age, the reality is far different.
WeAreChange goes to the home of activist and YouTube host Adam Kokesh to find out what happened on the night he was raided and arrested.
The National Security Agency is searching the contents of vast amounts of Americans’ e-mail and text communications into and out of the country, hunting for people who mention information about foreigners under surveillance,
The New York City Police Department has agreed to purge a database of names and addresses of people stopped by police under the NYPD's controversial stop-and-frisk program but later cleared of criminal wrongdoing.
Weeks of revelations about secret U.S. surveillance programs could stymie progress on negotiations over new laws and regulations meant to beef up the country's defenses against the growing threat of cyber attacks, cyber security experts say.
Two gangs gathered near a home in California. The man who lived there avoided one, and was severely beaten by the other.
Obama claimed that Benghazi was a “phony scandal” that was trumped up by Republicans.
Phoenix Police illegally detained an Arizona open carry supporter who because of his knowledge and experience with this generation’s version of police, was recording the detainment with a video camera.
In yet another case in two weeks of shooting first and asking questions later, Escambia County Sheriff's Office deputies broke into a couple's home and shot their two dogs, killing one.
Sporting Events, Concerts the New 'Battleground'