16 hrs ago | The Hill
There appears to be at least one remaining holdout within the bipartisan House immigration group that announced an "agreement in principle" on a far-reaching proposal Thursday: Rep.
22 hrs ago | South Carolina Lawyers Weekly
The growing use of unmanned surveillance "eyes in the sky" aircraft raises a thicket of privacy concerns, but Congress is getting mixed advice on what, if anything, to do about it.
Yesterday | HeraldNet
Hell hath no fury like a journalist snooped upon. Thankfully, it's a public-minded kind of fury, in a case that throws light on the erosion of privacy and freedom of the press.
President Barack Obama defended his embattled Attorney General Eric Holder, embroiled in a scandal over seizing the phone records of 20 Associated Press reporters and editor in April and May of last year as part of a leak investigation.
After years of negotiating and a week that saw one of its members nearly bolt from the group, a bipartisan group of House members finally announced Thursday that they had reached a deal 'in principle' on a Rep.
While most of the House Judiciary Committee's hearing with Attorney General Eric Holder consisted of a feisty back-and-forth between the representatives and the witness, a child's cries brought a moment of lighthearted amusement.
Federal law enforcers say they have their hands full with criminals who skirt legal surveillance by using hard-to-wiretap services like Google and Facebook.
The " Unlocking Technology Act of 2013 ," proposed by Rep. Zoe Lofgren , provides that people can tinker with digital locks on software -- the digital rights management technology that prevents people from copying programs -- as long as they aren't doing so in order to infringe copyright.
Behind the scenes, RaAol Labrador and Luis Gutierrez are using their bond over heritage to get a comprehensive overhaul through the House-all with Paul Ryan's blessing.
A funny thing happened on the way to Congress yesterday. For once, lawmakers introduced a common-sense bill - the Unlocking Technology Act of 2013 .
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National Nurses United, the nation's largest organization of nurses, today greeted the re-introduction of a bill in the House of Representatives by Rep.
Well, it's that time of decade again. Someone in Congress has finally-or, rather, once again- taken note of how the DMCA's anti-circumvention provisions step all over consumer rights and introduced legislation to try to balance the scales.