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Documents obtained by The Sun-Herald, allege some officers in Special Crime and Internal Affairs - or SCIA - falsified information to obtain listening devices, telephone intercepts and search warrants and, in one case, induced a criminal to commit perjury in front of a magistrate. They also show that Parliament, the public and rank-and-file police have... Read More »

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There Was A Secret Ruling Against The NSA For Spying On Americans

The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is suing the Justice Department for details of last month's ruling by a secretive U.S. court that National Security Agency's domestic spying program violated the U.S. Constitution, Jon Brodkin of arstechnica reports. The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) found that "on at least one occasion" the NSA... Read More »

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NSA Warrantless Wiretaps Continue, Where is Congress?

Last week, the New York Times published two important op-eds highlighting how the National Security Agency (NSA) has retained expansive powers to warrantlessly wiretap Americans after Congress passed the FISA Amendments Act in 2008. And unlike in 2005—when the exposure of the NSA’s warrantless wiretapping program provoked widespread outrage—Congress... Read More »

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Husband Used $300 Device To Tap Wife’s Phone, Now Facing Murder Charges

The call recording device in the spotlight at Lloyd Rayney's Supreme Court murder trial today retails for a little under $300 and comes with a warning that it is an offence to record a telephone call “without both parties' knowledge”. The trial heard today that Timothy Pearson purchased the Natcomm Australian Innovation call recording product known... Read More »

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No Warrant Needed for Illinois Drug Wiretaps

In Illinois, the war on drugs has delivered yet another blow to citizens' privacy rights. In the Land of Lincoln, it is illegal for citizens to record or videotape Illinois police in public, yet the Illinois legislature last month gave police the right to engage in those very same activities -- without a warrant -- during drug investigations. On July 24,... Read More »

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Bug Detector Reveals Kremlin Bugged Russian Critic

On Monday, Aleksei Navalny, a blogger and anticorruption crusader who is perhaps Russia’s most influential Kremlin critic, arrived at work and with the help of a wiretap detector provided by a colleague discovered that his office was bugged. It was a scene out of the cloak and dagger days of the Soviet Union, except that Mr. Navalny proceeded to... Read More »

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Legislation Seeks to Limit Warrantless Wiretapping Powers

Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-Oregon) introduced legislation Thursday that would provide limited privacy protections to the warrantless wiretapping program secretly adopted under the George W. Bush administration. The proposal would amend what was initially called the Terrorist Surveillance Program the Bush administration secretly adopted in the wake of the 2001... Read More »

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Illinois lawmakers, civil liberties advocates at odds over wiretap law

Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn sparked frustration among civil rights advocates by signing a new police wiretap law Tuesday. Illinois police currently need a court order to secretly record conversations of drug criminals, but under the new law that goes into effect Jan. 1, a state’s attorney could give that go ahead. [A judge is presumed to be a neutral... Read More »

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NSA Whistleblower: Spy Agency Gathering Info on ‘Virtually Every US Citizen’

National Security Agency whistleblower William Binney said on Friday that the US government is secretly gathering information “about virtually every US citizen in the country,” in “a very dangerous process” that violates Americans’ privacy. Binney, who resigned from the NSA in 2001 over its sweeping domestic surveillance program, delivered a... Read More »

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Spy Vs. Spy: Wiretapping On The Increase In Russia

Vladimir Ryzhkov has no doubt that he fell victim to a smear operation by Russia's security services.... At the height of the anti-Kremlin protests in January, he and fellow opposition figure Gennady Gudkov, a State Duma deputy, arranged by telephone to meet privately in a downtown cafe. They needed to have an uncomfortable talk about distancing... Read More »

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