02/07/14 03:50 PM
Madigan WASHINGTON (Legal Newsline) – Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan testified on Wednesday before a U.S. House of Representatives subcommittee about her inquiries into widespread data breaches recently reported by retailers that affected millions of American consumers. During...
02/06/14 07:45 PM
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — A Kentucky Senate committee passed a bill Thursday aimed at preventing the sale of student digital data by technology companies. The measure approved by the Senate Education Committee would strengthen privacy protections for students using certain technology resources at...
By Charles Hoskinson | 01/31/14 12:30 PM
A former Transportation Security Administration agent offered a confession of sorts in Politico Magazine on Thursday, called "Dear America, I Saw You Naked." "In private, most TSA officers I talked to told me they felt the agency’s day-to-day operations represented an abuse of public trust...
By Richard Pollock | 01/28/14 06:13 PM
Officials at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau are conducting a massive, NSA-esque data-mining project collecting account information on an estimated 991 million American credit card accounts. It was also learned at a Congressional hearing Tuesday that CFPB officials are working with...
01/27/14 10:56 AM
AUSTIN, Texas — There have been five incidents in the last six months where patients' health records have made their way out of some of Texas' 10 public psychiatric facilities, according to a review of state records by a newspaper. In one incident, an employee at Big Spring State Hospital in...
By Brian Hughes | 01/23/14 11:34 AM
The White House on Thursday rejected the recommendation from an outside task force that the National Security Agency halt its bulk collection of Americans' phone data, saying the controversial surveillance tactics were constitutional.
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