Running with Rauner . . . Sneed is told that Tuesday was a busy day in the governor’s office complex at the state Capitol. It was being swept for bugs. Not the type that crawl or scurry in a hurry.
A federal appeals court on Wednesday said the authorities do not need a probable-cause warrant to track a suspect’s every move via GPS signals from a suspect’s mobile phone. The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, ruling 2-1, upheld a 20-year term for a drug courier nabbed with 1,100 pounds of marijuana in a motorhome […]
A 2011 survey found that over half of US employers are monitoring their employees’ computer usage. How can you find out if you are one of them? And if you are, what should you do about it? There are two main ways employers track computer usage — with monitoring software on your desktop, and by […]
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Food and Drug Administration’s secret monitoring of its staff raised hackles in Congress on Sunday after lawmakers learned their own offices were apparently targeted by the surveillance operation. Six current and former FDA scientists and doctors filed a lawsuit in January claiming the agency tried to repress warnings about potential corruption in device reviews. Documents detailing the […]
Guest Post: Article Written by Jesse Harwell One of our readers submitted this story. Jesse Harwell is a former private investigator. He has created a Masters of Homeland Security website as a great resource for new students looking to find all the information they need on getting a Master’s degree in Homeland Security. The link to his site can […]