A Chinese banker allegedly posts Weibo pictures of himself at the wheel with captions such as "Is ten beers too much?" The police decide it is, indeed, all too much.
A 17-year-old allegedly sexts his 15-year-old girlfriend. The police allegedly now want to photograph his private parts to prove their case.
A federal court of appeals rules that cell phone carriers have no obligation to hand over users' location history without a warrant.
In a sting operation, Miami police are posing as Lyft riders and having the drivers' cars towed for operating illegally.
Man was arrested while allegedly trying to use fraudulent credit cards to buy gift cards and iPads at Texas Target locations, according to court documents.
The Prince George's County Police Department in Maryland decides it's public-spirited to live-tweet a round-up of those who solicit prostitutes, pictures and all. It calls its move "progressive."
With bad PR about the NSA still adrift, and an influential privacy scorecard set to be released, Apple, Facebook, and Microsoft will expand their notifications, says a report.
Modern smartphones carry a trove of personal information. The nation's top court weighs the nuances of police using them to gather evidence without first getting a warrant.
Police are cracking down on an ATM "skimming syndicate" with potential Eastern European links after a number of Sydney ATMs have been targeted.
A 2-year-old boy is reported missing in France by his supposed great aunt. It takes some time before police realize the boy and his father are mere Facebook constructs.