An ACLU test of the tech giant’s Rekognition product confirms consumer advocates’ fears.
A Pennsylvania judge heard uncontested evidence that ICE agents violated constitutional rights during an arrest last year, but that wasn’t enough to stop deportation proceedings.
Florida, with some of the nation's deadliest roads, is one of the last states to not fully ban texting while driving, but it will soon consider a bill that would.
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The attorney general's defense is now being used by lawyers for South Carolina Police Officer Michael Slager, who killed the unarmed Walter Scott.
In this age of stop-and-frisk, racial profiling, mandatory sentencing, the death penalty, life without parole and execution-by-cop, I—a private eye for defense lawyers—can't defend anybody.
This law enforcement technology can use facts such as ZIP codes and frequency of address changes to assign a danger level to people an officer might engage A high threat score could increase the officer's anxiety and you know where that could lead.
New York City Police Officer James Frascatore has given new meaning to the Grand Slam of tennis.