News Mall Cop Goes Berserk Trying to Prevent Photos Being Taken of Accident
http://www.dailypaul.com, by JO4RP
A security guard for an Ohio shopping mall [Ohio Valley Mall in St. Clairsville] made a complete fool of herself as she tried to prevent people from taking photos of a truck that ended up in a ravine on mall property.
News Lawsuit Says IRS Illegally Seized 60 Million Health Records
A lawsuit filed in California accuses the Internal Revenue Service of illegal seizure of 60 million electronic health care records belonging to 10 million Americans.
News What Information Can The Justice Department Get From Your Phone Records?
http://www.popsci.com, By Kelsey D. Atherton
The U.S. Department of Justice has subpoenaed the Associated Press's telephone records. How much data will officials have access to?
News The IRS wants YOU to share everything
DAVID NATHER, TARINI PARTI and BYRON TAU
The Internal Revenue Service asked tea party groups to see donor rolls.It asked for printouts of Facebook posts. And it asked what books people were reading.
News 'Abuse of Power': Obama's DOJ Blasted for Seizure of AP Phone Records
http://www.commondreams.org, Jon Queally
News agency calls behavior 'unprecedented intrusion' and demands all records be destroyed
News Tiny Device Will Detect Domestic Drones
http://www.usnews.com, By Jason Koebler
Worried about an unmanned plane looking into your window? This small detector could alert you when robot planes buzz past
News Biometric Database of All Adult Americans Hidden in Immigration Reform
The immigration reform measure the Senate began debating yesterday would create a national biometric database of virtually every adult in the U.S., in what privacy groups fear could be the first step to a ubiquitous national identification system.
Pentagon: Chinese government, military behind cyberspying
Ernesto Londoρo via The Washington Post
Cyber-espionage targeting U.S. government and business entities appears to be attributable to the Chinese government and military, the Pentagon charged Monday in the U.S. governments most explicit public accusation to date against Beijing.
News 1,856 to Zero: Secret Spy Court Authorizes 100% of US Government Requests
In court where civilians have no representative, government's "national security" claims win again and again
News Juan Enriquez: Your online life, permanent as a tattoo
What if Andy Warhol had it wrong, and instead of being famous for 15 minutes, were only anonymous for that long? In this short talk, Juan Enriquez looks at the surprisingly permanent effects of digital sharing on our personal privacy.
News Secretive Spy Court Approved Nearly 2,000 Surveillance Requests in 2012
David Kravets via WIRED.com
A secretive federal court last year approved all of the 1,856 requests to search or electronically surveil people within the United States for foreign intelligence purposes, the Justice Department reported this week.
Headlines: Secretive Spy Court Approved Nearly 2,000 Surveillance Requests in 2012 -- IRS to Spy on Our Shopping Records, Travel, Social Interactions -- Juan Enriquez: Your online life, permanent as a tattoo -- 1,856 to Zero: Secret Spy Court Authorizes 100% of US Government Requests -- Are all telephone calls recorded and accessible to the US government? --
Pentagon: Chinese government, military behind cyberspying -- We're the Most Spied Upon People of All Time! -- Biometric Database of All Adult Americans Hidden in Immigration Reform -- Tiny Device Will Detect Domestic Drones -- 'Abuse of Power': Obama's DOJ Blasted for Seizure of AP Phone Records -- The IRS wants YOU to share everything
-- What Information Can The Justice Department Get From Your Phone Records? -- Lawsuit Says IRS Illegally Seized 60 Million Health Records -- Google's Plan To Take Over The World -- Congress Questions Larry Page Over Google Glass -- Mall Cop Goes Berserk Trying to Prevent Photos Being Taken of Accident --