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U.S. House passes Email Privacy Act for a second time

Washington - The U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill requiring the government to obtain a warrant to obtain access to old emails. The proposed legislation is now headed to the Senate. This is the second time the House passed the bill.

Sandy Hook DA keeps witness name secret due to fears for 'safety'

CT State's Attorney Stephen Sedensky, again asked a judge to redact the name, or names, of at least one witness "cooperating" with the investigation due to fears for "their personal safety and well-being."

U.S. court: No warrant required to track cellphone users

Washington - A U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled that citizens have no reasonable expectation of privacy if they carry cell phones. Police are allowed therefore to track GPS signals from the phones without a warrant or even probable cause.

Al Fayed says he had 'cursed' royal warrants burned

London - Former Harrods owner Mohamed Al Fayed said that he had the royal warrants that were once displayed at the store removed and burned because they were a curse.

U.S. Wiretaps, Secret Warrants On the Rise

A new report says U.S. wiretaps were up 20 per cent in 2007 over the year before. The intercepts were mainly used for drug cases. And secret warrants have doubled since 9/11, compelling Americans to wonder if they’re living in a surveillance society.

2,176 Secret Warrants Approved in '06 - One Rejected

A secret court approved all but one of the government's requests last year to search or eavesdrop on suspected terrorists and spies, according to Justice Department data released Tuesday.

Cross-country warrants for bank theft ring

It sounds like it is right out of a movie. A planned bank robbery and police arrest the suspects they believe are involved in the bank theft ring.

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