Senate votes to extend NSA’s warrantless surveillance program
Section 702 will be extended for six years once it’s signed into law.
Netflix, Google and others voice frustration with net neutrality vote
Members of Congress have said they'll take the decision to court.
What to expect from the FCC's net neutrality proposal
Any new changes will preempt state regulations that go against them.
FCC chairman reveals plan to kill net neutrality
The full plan will be revealed tomorrow while the FCC vote will happen on December 14th.
Judge rules NYPD needed a warrant before using cell-site simulator
He threw out evidence collected as a result of the Stingray's use.
DC Superior Court reins in DOJ’s Facebook snooping
It conceded to some challeges made by an ACLU lawsuit
Senators propose reforms to wide-reaching surveillance law
They would require the NSA to have a warrant before searching US citizens’ data.
ACLU challenges DOJ request for info on 6,000 anti-Trump Facebook users
Just because they 'liked' a page that helped organize protesters.
DHS faces lawsuit over phone and laptop border searches
The ACLU wants a warrant to be required before electronic devices can be searched.