Category Archives: Privacy

Nothing to Hide

Nothing to Hide “Everybody’s got something to hide except me and my monkey” (John Lennon) We live in an age where just about everything we do, say, write, read, buy or sell is subject to various invasions of your right to privacy. There are those who continually say, “I have nothing to hide. Only those who have something… Read More »

Just the Facts Ma’am

Police Departments Skirting Public Accountability By Using Private Foundations To Obtain Controversial Surveillance Technology The less the public knows about law enforcement surveillance technology, the better. That’s the thought process governing the purchase and deployment of technology like Stingray devices and automatic license plate readers. In the case of the former, even the nation’s top cops (the FBI)… Read More »