Photographer captures nature through surveillance webcams
The photos prove privacy can be hard to find even deep in the woods.
FBI's FOIA website will make it easier to submit requests in March
The feds won't accept emailed FOIPA requests anymore.
By March, the FBI won't let you email in FOIA requests
You can only send them by fax, snail mail or an internet submission portal.
Google ordered to turn over foreign emails
It challenges a ruling that let Microsoft off the hook just days earlier.
Twitter discloses two far-reaching FBI data requests
The National Security Letters fuel concerns that the FBI is abusing its power.
FBI releases redacted report of its GamerGate investigation
The case ultimately went nowhere and was closed in 2015.
Obama expands the NSA's ability to share data with other agencies
The NSA can more easily disseminate "raw signals intelligence information" among the CIA, FBI and others.
FBI allegedly paid Geek Squad for evidence
Defense attorneys claim the bureau cultivated multiple technicians into informants.
Cloudflare's transparency report reveals secret FBI subpoena
The FBI has only recently lifted its gag order.