Dozens of law enforcement agencies are helping ICE track cars
More than 9,200 ICE employees can access a database of licence plate scans, which is raising privacy concerns.
ACLU sues US government over social media surveillance of immigrants
It’s seeking more information about the policy.
NYT lawsuit accuses FCC of withholding evidence of Russian meddling
The FCC refused to provide records for net neutrality comments.
White House confirms its chief of staff was hacked
John Kelly's phone was breached when he served as Secretary of Homeland Security.
ACLU sues the TSA for domestic electronics screening details
It wants to know the whys and hows when it comes to searching domestic passengers' devices.
State Department releases emails from Clinton aide Huma Abedin
A conservative activist group is hoping for legal action as a result.
FBI won't be forced to reveal San Bernardino iPhone hacking tool
A disclosure would allegedly invite retaliatory hacks.
Mystery internet company challenges NSA’s mass surveillance order
Great gesture. Still forced to comply.
Trump's quiet war on data begins
Removal and manipulation are a concern, but the biggest threat to data is budgetary.