Results for: privacy law

Mexico says may sanction Google over data protection breach

Hostage-taker at Dutch TV had no terrorist links: police

Added protections for consumer information on health website

Privacy concerns over health care website prompt reversal

US watchdog urges safeguards for 'Internet of Things'

WikiLeaks accuses Google of handing over emails to US

Sheriffs want popular police-tracking app disabled

Canada gives spy agency new anti-terror powers

Justice Department spies on millions of cars: WSJ

Sheriffs expand concerns about Waze mobile traffic app

Swiss bank on safe haven label to become world's data vault

Reddit reveals bids for user data by outside agencies

After killings by US police, debate over grand jury secrecy

Rights abuses fuelled rise of Islamic militants: HRW

Police, politicians push surveillance post-Boston

NYers furious over photos taken through windows

Think tank seeks to launch drone debate

Girl's suicide after alleged attack troubles town

Think tank seeks to launch drone debate

Merkel, Obama to discuss NSA surveillance program

US spy programs raise ire both home and abroad

Congress briefed on US surveillance programs

Report: NSA contract worker is surveillance source

Top political appointees use secret email accounts

What you should know about NSA phone data program

Calif. serial killer Richard Ramirez dies

Obama Defends Phone Data Collection Program

Since 9/11, life _ and surveillance _ made easier

Bombing probe highlights expansion of surveillance

Police: Maine man staged kidnap that killed girl

Obama balances threats against Americans' rights

QB Golson no longer enrolled at Notre Dame

House passes pro-business cybersecurity bill

Obama taking action on gun background check system

Experts: Fla. couple may not be welcome in Cuba

Peacetime may bring 'tidal wave' of mental health issues

Anti-doping agency power beef up approved

In death, Facebook photos could fade away forever

Cabinet set to consider media changes

Kids' suspensions renew debate over zero tolerance

FAA takes step toward widespread US drone flights

Drone industry worries about privacy backlash

States answer help wanted ad to be drone test site