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1 hr ago | Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch
As the creator of Sons of Anarchy , Kurt Sutter has made a name for himself as a master of bringing to light the gritty, dangerous and fascinating underbelly of society.
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5 hrs ago | The San Diego Union-Tribune
LaTwon Weaver, who was convicted in the 1992 robbery and fatal shooting of a Vista jewelry store owner, has been trying to get his hands on all documents used in filing charges against homicide suspects in the county between 1977 and 1993.
9 hrs ago | Car & Driver
If you think working to get the technology behind autonomous cars to function flawlessly is a difficult job, try regulating a vehicle type that doesn't yet fully exist.
13 hrs ago | Star-Telegram.com
Officers at thousands of law enforcement agencies are wearing tiny cameras to record their interactions with the public, but in many cases the devices are being rolled out faster than departments are able to create policies to govern their use.
13 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald
This Jan. 15, 2014 file photo shows Los Angeles Police Sgt. Daniel Gomez demonstrating a video feed from his camera into his cellphone as on-body cameras are demonstrated for the media in Los Angeles.
13 hrs ago | WKYT
Thousands of law enforcement agencies are equipping their officers with tiny cameras to record interactions with the public.
15 hrs ago | WBTV
Women in New Jersey can block a baby's father from the delivery room. A state judge, citing a woman's right to privacy, ruled that mothers can decide who will be with them when giving birth.
You may have heard about the increasing use in schools of data walls on which teachers often post children's names along with their test scores and other academic information that too often humiliates kids who don't do well and violate federal student privacy laws .
Delaware could make it a crime to disseminate 'revenge porn' should a piece of legislation make it through the General Assembly when session returns next week.
Zuckerberg has often been accused of a lax attitude to internet privacy, but the NSA revelations may have changed that FACEBOOK CEO Mark Zuckerberg telephoned US President Barack Obama yesterday to express his frustration over the US government's electronic surveillance of the internet.
Boise, Idaho A House committee this week is expected to take up a bill that's received bi-partisan support, so far, having moved through the Senate unanimously.
A Venable attorney speaking at the fifth annual Mobile Marketing Day said that while data privacy and security are important concerns for consumers and regulators, there is also a need for more relevant advertising, forcing marketers to balance these issues.
Senior Editor for The Economist Edward Lucas and law professor Stephen Holmes sparred over privacy rights in a debate moderated by NYU law professor Ryan Goodman at the NYU School of Law on March 13. The two experts argued over a number of issues surrounding privacy, including the constitutionality of the National Security Agency's practices, the ... (more)
Critics say it could increase car insurance premiums and prevent some Minnesota drivers from getting safety recall notices.
There is no privacy on the Internet, but that doesn't mean you have to give away the store for free.
Milwaukee police say a maintenance man shot and killed two teenagers as he was being beaten with a baseball bat.
Bosses would be forbidden from requiring employees to give them access to their Facebook, Twitter or other social media accounts under legislation pending in Rhode Island.