"Thanks to new laws and technologies, authorities track and eavesdrop on Americans as they never could before, hauling in billions of bank records, travel receipts and other information. In several cases, they have wiretapped conversations between lawyers and defendants, challenging the long-established legal principle that attorney-client communication is inviolate.":::MORE HERE:::
Here is second life for news that matters.
- Children 'should be taught data rights'
- 10 Ways the government watches you
- Appeals court may let NSA lawsuits proceed
- A flurry of federal data security and data breach notification bills introduced into Congress
- EPIC Files for Rehearing in Airport Body Scanner Case
- Network analysis can uncover your personal details even if you choose to hide them
- Maine Voter Data Breached
- USCIS hears suggestions and feedback on I-9 Central
- Flickr Nails Photo Privacy With New Geofence Feature
- Govt Will Not Declassify 2001 Opinion on Surveillance
- Gaddafi Hired International Firms to Spy on Libya Uprising