There is a lot of Fourth Amendment case law regarding unreasonable search and seizure. Today’s main issues are searches of electronics at the border and airport security.
We’re not really using it anyway The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no […]
Sadly, nobody really. Surprising no one, I’m sure, it can be terribly difficult to find tales of people who actually get the full spectrum what’s coming to them. That’s the degree of […]
Boston Marathon bombing investigation reveals security state’s hypocrisy toward photographers (shooters, know your rights)
It’s become a little too common a story: police thugs beating the hell out of a citizen (who may or may not have done anything) citizen with camera takes pictures or video […]
The Tech Curmudgeon says, “if a prospective employer asks for your Facebook password, you say ‘NO!'” Feel free to use some “colorful metaphors” in conjunction, too.