The website-hosting company DreamHost is challenging the Justice Department's search warrant in court.
The case, part of a lawyer's long legal battle against intelligence officials for allegedly violating his Fourth Amendment rights, was filed when Barack Obama was president. The case, part of a lawyer's long legal battle against intelligence officials for allegedly violating his Fourth Amendment rights, was filed when Barack Obama was president.
On Tuesday, a federal appeals court found that the Wikimedia Foundation had standing to argue that the National Security Agency was violating its First and Fourth Amendment rights by spying on its users' communications.
Truthdig Editor in Chief Robert Scheer and documentary filmmaker Cullen Hoback (pictured) discuss the demise of privacy online, safe drinking water and other topics in this week's "Scheer Intelligence." Transcript added.
Warrantless surveillance of foreigners is being used by the National Security Agency "to get to Americans,” the Kentucky senator says.
Police in Florida and other states are building up DNA databases, in part by collecting voluntary samples from people not charged with—or even suspected of—any particular crime.
The federal government has been equipping planes with monitoring devices for some time. But how far will law enforcement agencies go in order to watch citizens?
Rights advocates say an impossible standard is being imposed for the opponents of the federal government’s mass collection of telephone records.
Once your emails reach the tender age of 180 days, government agencies can easily gain access to them without your even knowing it. The Email Privacy Act would change that.