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Police officer shoots disabled man’s service dog during 9-year-old son’s birthday party

Police officer shoots disabled man’s service dog during 9-year-old son’s birthday party

By End the Lie An Idaho police officer reportedly shot and killed a disabled man’s service dog during his 9-year-old son’s birthday party, leading the man to vow to sue the police department. Read our latest: “Obama admin weighing another drone strike on U.S. citizen accused of terrorism” and “Security researcher: Sochi hacking story was […]

New Google Glass app gives ‘instant dossiers’ on people you meet

New Google Glass app gives ‘instant dossiers’ on people you meet

By End the Lie The privacy concerns surrounding Google Glass may get even worse now that an app has been unveiled that gives users access to “instant dossiers” on people they meet. Read our latest: “Reports: Sochi visitors immediately hacked when connecting to wireless networks” and “Justice Department: NSA phone record collection may have resulted […]

Justice Department: NSA phone record collection may have resulted in one criminal case

Justice Department: NSA phone record collection may have resulted in one criminal case

By End the Lie A Department of Justice official told Congress on Tuesday that there “may be one” instance of a criminal case filed by federal investigators using information from the NSA’s phone record collection program. Read our latest: “January was the first month without a drone strike in Pakistan since Dec. 2011” and “NSA, […]

January was the first month without a drone strike in Pakistan since Dec. 2011

January was the first month without a drone strike in Pakistan since Dec. 2011

By End the Lie January marked the first month without any reported drone strikes in Pakistan since December 2011, according to a report. Read our latest article: “NSA, GCHQ allegedly created fake LinkedIn page to hack Belgian professor” and “Canadian government official denies surveillance reports, calls Greenwald a ‘porn spy’” The last reported drone strike […]

Canadian government official denies surveillance reports, calls Greenwald a ‘porn spy’

Canadian government official denies surveillance reports, calls Greenwald a ‘porn spy’

By End the Lie The Canadian government spoke out on the CBC report, based on leaks from Glenn Greenwald, which said that the government spies on public WiFi connections, calling Greenwald a “porn spy” and denying the entirety of the report. Read our latest articles: “EFF, ACLU sue police agencies for information on automatic license […]

EFF, ACLU sue police agencies for information on automatic license plate readers

EFF, ACLU sue police agencies for information on automatic license plate readers

By End the Lie The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Southern California are suing the Los Angeles Police Department and the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department in order to get information on the use of Automatic License Plate Readers (ALPRs). Read our latest: “Coalition of public interest groups calls […]

Coalition of public interest groups calls on Congress to oppose bill to ‘fast track’ TPP

Coalition of public interest groups calls on Congress to oppose bill to ‘fast track’ TPP

By End the Lie In a letter to Congress, a coalition of public interest groups has called on legislators to oppose a bill that would “fast track” the Trans-Pacific Partnership and restrict the ability of lawmakers to have real input into or even review such agreements. Read our latest: “Feds to allow tech companies to […]

Feds to allow tech companies to release more details on government data requests

Feds to allow tech companies to release more details on government data requests

By End the Lie The Department of Justice has agreed to ease the restrictions on tech companies’ attempts to publicly release statistics on certain data requests that were previously blocked by gag order. Read our latest articles: “HSBC prevents large cash withdrawals without proving it is needed” and “Clashes on third anniversary of uprising in […]

Federal judge defies her own ruling by enforcing secretive surveillance orders

Federal judge defies her own ruling by enforcing secretive surveillance orders

By End the Lie A federal judge in California defied her own ruling issued last year by enforcing highly secretive National Security Letters (NSLs), the use of which she had previously ruled to be unconstitutional, according to recently unsealed documents. Read our latest posts: “Protesters in vicinity of clashes in Kiev receive ‘ominous’ unsigned text […]

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