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Maryland firefighter convicted of surreptitiously hiding a camera and listening device inside meeting room

A former firefighter received a suspended jail sentence and was ordered to pay a $1,500 fine after secretly recording a fire department meeting. The conviction stems from an investigation conducted by the Queen Anne’s County State’s Attorney’s Office into the planting of electronic recording devices inside the Crumpton Volunteer Fire Department.... Read More »

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If the Government Had Its Way, Everything Could be Wiretapped

Just how much are the police entitled to know about us.... Twenty years ago, we had a lot more privacy than we do today. Conversations vanished into the air as the very words were spoken. Only a time traveler could turn back the clock to learn whether we’d been at the scene of a robbery, a mosque, or an abortion clinic on any particular date — or who... Read More »

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Rhode Island Man Pleads Guilty To Tracking His Ex-Girlfriend Via GPS

A North Providence man admitted Wednesday to plotting to track his ex-girlfriend by placing a GPS monitoring device on her car in January 2018. John Mitchell, 33, of Smith Street; and his accomplice, Leah Stoddard, 38, of 68 Beach Point Drive, East Providence, pleaded no contest to misdemeanor conspiracy and installing a tracking device without the... Read More »

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Can Immigration Listen To Your Phone?

Can immigration listen to your phone? In an effort to detect any lies or any breaches of immigration laws, can the officers wiretap your phone and listen in without your consent? We take a look at the rules governing wiretaps and the possibility of immigration wiretapping your phone. Amidst the heightened vigilance by the government against illegal... Read More »

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NYPD may have used used technology to monitor or interrupt protesters’ cellphones during legal protests

In a strongly worded opinion addressing New York’s Freedom of Information Law, a Manhattan Supreme Court justice has ruled that the New York City Police Department must release information to a police protest group about whether the department used technology to monitor or interrupt their cellphones during protests. The decision from Justice Arlene... Read More »

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“El Chapo” allegedly installed spyware on the phones he gave his wife, two mistresses and other cartel operatives

Though narco-trafficking has long relied on old technologies like boats, trucks and tunnels, both dealers and United States authorities have started adapting to the digital age. That became clear last week when prosecutors at the drug trial of Joaquín Guzmán Loera, the Mexican crime lord known as El Chapo, suddenly unveiled the cyber-spy tale of a... Read More »

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Ex-prosecutor imprisoned for illegally wiretapping a colleague and a cop

An ex-prosecutor imprisoned for illegally wiretapping a colleague and a cop she suspected of having an affair is arguing she can’t be sued just because the scandal became water cooler fodder.... Former Brooklyn Assistant DA Stephanie .... Lenich was sentenced to a year and a day behind bars in February, after admitting she forged judges’ signatures... Read More »

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Judge in Mass. says secretly recording public officials is constitutionally protected

A federal judge ruled Monday that secretly recording government officials, including police officers, who are performing their duties in public is protected by the First Amendment with “reasonable” caveats. Ruling on a pair of challenges to Massachusetts’ wiretap statute, US District Court Judge Patti Saris held that state law “may not... Read More »

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Indiana Police Department Accused of Hiding Recording Devices in Ceiling to Illegally Record Employees

Command staff in the New Carlisle [Indiana] Police Department are being accused of secretly recording private conversations in a civil wiretapping lawsuit filed Monday. The lawsuit was filed by Jeff Roseboom, Abby Moffitt, Patrick Cicero and Ron Colpitts. Roseboom is the former police chief and Colpitts previously served on New Carlisle’s Town Council.... Read More »

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Pennsylvania veterinarian charged with felony interception wiretapping of employees

Factoryville veterinarian Michele Zajac was arraigned Monday afternoon on felony charges that she electronically intercepted conversations without the permission of persons speaking. State Police Cpl. William Mackiw noted in a criminal complaint that in February an employee of the Bunker Hill Veterinarian Hospital, where Zajac works, said she discovered... Read More »

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