News Stories Showing 1-20 of 56 results found
Feds take porn fight to Google January 19, 2006 Bush administration subpoenas records of all searches over one week as it defends disputed antiporn law. Document: Google subpoenaed over pornography
GOP revives ISP-tracking legislation February 7, 2007 New "law and order agenda" proposes data retention requirements. Also, owners of racy Web sites would have to post labels or go to prison.
AT&T sued over NSA spy program January 31, 2006 Civil liberties group files class action lawsuit claiming AT&T illegally opened its network to the National Security Agency.
This week in tech and politics August 18, 2006 A federal judge ruled that the warrantless Internet and telephone surveillance program authorized by the Bush administration violates the U.S. Constitution and must cease immediately.
Straight talking on terrorism November 17, 2004 Richard Clarke, former U.S. counterterrorism chief, tells what countries are really doing about cybersecurity.
DC grapples with data mining May 12, 2006 Senators promise hearings after report of millions of Americans' phone records being given to the NSA.
House panel approves legal shield for bloggers August 1, 2007 Over objections from the Bush administration, a divided House committee approves bill allowing people doing journalism for "financial gain" to keep sources confidential.
Sponsored matches for "Bush Administration"