Although the chief architects of the surveillance state insist that unconstitutional monitoring promotes safety, the evidence proves otherwise.
Despite its participation for years in the NSA's PRISM program, Microsoft claims to hold the Constitution "first and foremost."
The NSA's unconstitutional warrantless wiretapping program PRISM has succeeded in uniting much of the political spectrum in a new California-based lawsuit designed to protect civil liberties from the National Security Agency.
On Monday, the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court began hearing arguments over the state law requiring a photo ID before voters may cast their ballots — a law that some claim is controversial, despite the seemingly common-sense approach to the voting process.
The Washington Post published a story on how the NSA's mission was to spy on every American, to “collect it all,” and then ran an op-ed the next day defending the surveillance state.
If the Justice Department prosecutes George Zimmerman for violating a federal hate crime law, Zimmerman's right against double jeopardy will be violated.
A report by the Electronic Frontier Foundation reveals that Customs and Border Protection is loaning its drones to state and local law enforcement agencies for surveillance.
A New York Times article attempts to portray a band of the libertarian spectrum as soft on slavery and confused about the Civil War.
Oklahoma woman Kaye Beach refused to renew her driver’s license several years ago as a means to protest forced biometric enrollment, a decision that prompted a full-fledged legal battle. It appears some progress has been made in the suit, as a motion for summary judgment has been filed in Beach’s lawsuit on June 19. The motion is a request for judgment in her favor, contending that all the factual and legal issues are in her favor.
A man and his family from suburban Las Vegas have sued local police for forcing them from their home in order to use it as a command center from which to surveil his next-door neighbor.