DOJ demands Twitter account info following discussion of an agent
It's protecting an FBI agent by going after people who talked about him.
Study says body cameras don't always change police behavior
It might depend on which department is using them, though.
New York City ordered to share code for DNA evidence software
It's an all too rare instance of accountability in law enforcement tech.
Los Angeles police will test drones despite privacy concerns
The LAPD is be the largest police department to rely on robotic aircraft.
Latest Adobe Flash vulnerability allowed hackers to plant malware
A group called BlackOasis used it to breach networks in over a dozen countries.
Supreme Court will hear challenge to Microsoft's data privacy case
The DOJ wants the authority to access US companies' overseas data.
FBI won't be forced to reveal San Bernardino iPhone hacking tool
A disclosure would allegedly invite retaliatory hacks.
Axon hopes you'll submit smartphone video as evidence
It's raising concerns about privatizing the justice system.
Court rules Stingray use without a warrant violates Fourth Amendment
The ruling could have widespread implications for the technology.