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How Shall I Wiretap Thee? Let Me Count the Ways

On Monday, I puzzled over a strange data point to come out of a series of newly-released reports from cell phone carriers revealing, for the first time, the incredible quantity of government surveillance of Americans through their mobile devices: One company, Sprint, had reported dealing with a staggering 52,029 “court orders for wiretaps” over a five... Read More »

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Australia Follows U.S., U.K. in Proposing Radical Expansion of Government Surveillance Powers

The list of countries seeking new Internet surveillance powers continues to grow. On Monday, Australian authorities revealed that they want a new “interception regime” enabling them to wiretap the Web—similar to plans outlined in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. The proposal was published as part on a broad parliamentary inquiry... Read More »

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14 Incredibly Creepy Surveillance Technologies That Big Brother Will Soon Be Using To Spy On You

Most of us don't think much about it, but the truth is that people are being watched, tracked and monitored more today than at any other time in human history. The explosive growth of technology in recent years has given governments, spy agencies and big corporations monitoring tools that the despots and dictators of the past could only dream of. Previous... Read More »

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Law Enforcement Wants Your Private Cellphone Data. Wireless Carriers Will Hand it Over, for a Fee.

If cops or federal agents want to secretly listen in on your phone conversation, they generally need a court order. If they want to grab your cell phone records, however, a decent excuse and a little cash will often do the trick. Thanks to a new report from Rep. Ed Markey, D-Mass., we now know that law enforcement makes thousands of such requests every... Read More »

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Tom Cruise Accused of Wiretap Conspiracy . . . During Nicole Kidman Divorce

Tom Cruise hired a notorious private investigator who secretly wiretapped his ex-wife Nicole Kidman during their 2001 divorce, according to a lawsuit filed in a Los Angeles court. As the Top Gun star prepares for a legal battle with his third wife Katie Holmes, who filed for divorce on June 28, Celebuzz has obtained court documents that detail... Read More »

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Changes to Pa. wiretap law could allow more recording without permission

A change in the Pennsylvania wiretap laws could come this year and Philadelphia's district attorney is cheering it on. Currently to record a person and have that recording admitted in court you need both parties permission. DA Seth Williams says that can make victims into criminals. "There are too many victims of incest, too many victims of... Read More »

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Federal Court OKs immunity for telecoms in wiretap cases

A federal appeals court has ruled as constitutional a law giving telecommunications companies legal immunity for helping the government with its email and telephone eavesdropping program. Thursday’s unanimous ruling by a three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed a lower court decision regarding the 2008 law. The appeal... Read More »

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How to Know If Someone Bugged Your Room

For tips on sweeping a room for surreptitious surveillance devices, look no further than the Federal Bureau of Investigation. That's where members of the federal government have been going for years to find out who's wiretapped their telephone or implanted a microphone in their corner office. And now we know a lot more about the bureau's routine wiretap... Read More »

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Stalkers frequently bug victims, are rarely jailed

Just two per cent of suspected stalkers are being jailed, a shocking report reveals today. Violent offenders who hound their victims, bombarding them with terrifying letters and phone calls, breaking into their homes and threatening to kill are escaping with community punishments and suspended sentences in most cases. In some instances, ‘high... Read More »

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‘Dirty-cop’ cases gumming up Bronx works

The NYPD ticket-fixing scandal has slowed the wheels of justice in The Bronx — as prosecutors move to plead out or even drop cases involving cops caught on wiretap, The Post has learned. Bronx DA Robert Johnson’s office is culling the names of all officers monitored in the investigation and cross-referencing them with open criminal cases,... Read More »

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