- Mining of Data Prompted Fight Over U.S. Spying
Data mining was the reason Bush administration officials
were ready to resign in 2004.
- NSA Wiretapping Investigations to Continue
A federal judge ruled that states may continue their suits
- FBI Program Would Circumvent the Law, Say Experts
The FBI would like to pay private firms to store phone and
- Are Files Stored on Password-Protected Sites Covered by
the Fourth Amendment?
A district judge ruled that users of online storage have a
reasonable expectation of privacy.
- Does P2P Harm National Security?
Some in Congress worry that sensitive documents could be
leaked via P2P.
- Senate Rejects Extra $300 Million for Real ID
An amendment that offered relatively small change to Real
ID's mandate failed to pass.
- Travelers Face Greater Use of Personal Data
The U.S. and the EU have agreed to expand a security
program that shares personal data.
- CA Vote Machines Lose Test to Hackers
A team of hackers testing voting machines broke through
security on every model.
- Senators to Abandon '08 E-voting Paper Trail Mandate
The deadline for updating e-voting systems to include paper
records is pushed back to 2010.
- YouTube Responds to Copyright Suit
Video recognition technology may be working by September,
- How DRM Becomes Law
EFF Fellow Cory Doctorow takes a behind-the-scenes look at
the making of copyright policy.
- UK Caps Copyright at 50 Years
The British government decided not to extend music
- FBI Questions Cafe Loafer
Reading the wrong thing in public can get you in trouble.