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An examination of court filings in all seven leak cases filed under Trump yields a detailed picture of how the government tries to unmask confidential sources.
“ICE’s mission is to apprehend people that it believes shouldn’t be in our communities and it will go to great lengths to do that, particularly in the face of increased knowledge of rights.”
The CEO of Perceptics, which makes license plate readers, claimed that “CBP has none of the privacy concerns at the border that all agencies have inland.”
A nonprofit led by Google and IBM executives is working with Semptian, whose technology is monitoring the internet activity of 200 million people in China.
Using a network of cameras, Perceptics wants to collect congestion pricing tolls — and to infer things about drivers, alarming privacy advocates.
Sarah DeYoreo, who was fired from Morrison Child and Family Services, said that staff were being encouraged to act as an extension of law enforcement.
Internal NSA reports reveal the exploits of a secret commando unit, new details of a joint venture with the CIA, and spying against Middle Eastern satellite internet.
Helm is a well-thought-out product that’s as easy to set up as a smartphone. It’s $500 and $100 per year.
The Intercept’s Alice Speri, author Cory Doctorow, and musician Katie Alice Greer are this week's guests.
Law enforcement in Davao City familiar with the IBM program said the technology had assisted them in carrying out Duterte’s controversial anti-crime agenda.