Apr 032020
 April 3, 2020  Posted by  Breaches, Business, Court, Online

Seen on Twitter this morning: Just a by the by: “private” messages sent to individual people during a Zoom meeting show up in the end-of-meeting transcript along with all other public messages. Tell your friends, save a life. — Christian Moriarty (@MoriartyCR) April 3, 2020 Just a by the by: [Read More…]

Apr 012020
 April 1, 2020  Posted by  Court, Govt, Surveillance, U.S.

Tim Cushing reports: The Baltimore Police Department was an enthusiastic early adopter of cell site simulator technology. In 2015, a Baltimore detective admitted the department had deployed its collection of cell tower spoofers 4,300 times since 2007. The best estimate on how many of those 4,300 deployments ever showed up in [Read More…]

Apr 012020
 April 1, 2020  Posted by  Court, Featured News

John Wesley Hall writes: Is a government quarantine order for a person or group of people a violation of the Fourth Amendment as a reasonable seizure? Despite being an ardent civil libertarian, I must conclude the Constitution means: No. Protection from infectious diseases has long been a subject of the [Read More…]