The surge in Internet-connected devices will offer ample new surveillance opportunities, according to a Harvard study.
Technically Incorrect: In something of a meta-event, a woman who is filming police during an operation is herself filmed as a deputy marshal grabs her phone and throws it to the ground.
Social network suspends roughly 125,000 accounts linked to terror groups.
Backed by many tech firms and the ACLU, the privacy law hits the books but doesn't apply to federal law enforcement authorities.
The big game and all its festivities get sweeping protection, from bomb-destroying robots to software that crunches social media looking for threats.
Anti-drone technology is already on the radar of most law enforcement agencies, but the Dutch National Police are testing an idea that's far cooler, and way more low-tech: Trained. Effing. Eagles.
An update to an international accord potentially opens everyone to attacks, something the US government didn't figure out until after it was signed.
The CEO makes a case for standing against the use of back doors, or intentional security vulnerabilities that let law enforcement poke into your private information.
A 54-year-old Canadian man arrested this week served as the "closest advisor" to Silk Road founder "Dread Pirate Roberts," according to law enforcement.
Telecommunications and internet service providers will now be required to store their customers' metadata for at least two years under laws that passed the Australian parliament with little opposition.