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The Latest: Fiorina links Obama, Clinton to Paris attacks

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — The Latest from the Florida Republican Party's Sunshine Summit, where the major GOP presidential hopefuls are wooing voters and …

Government

Longest serving wrongly convicted inmate claims civil rights were violated

A wrongfully convicted man says in a lawsuit filed this week that Ventura County prosecutors and sheriff's officials violated his civil rights when they imprisoned him for 36 years for a murder he didn't commit.<p>Michael Ray Hanline, who was freed from custody last year, filed the lawsuit Thursday in …

Marijuana Legalization and the Case for Liberty

It is amazing how fast times can change. Ten years ago, most Americans would not have imagined that marijuana would be legalized in several states. …

Congressman introduces bill to end warrantless Stingray surveillance

Legislation from Jason Chaffetz would make it illegal for Stingray technology to be deployed without a warrant: ‘If you’re just on a surfing expedition, back off’<p>A bill has been introduced in Congressthat aims to control the use of the sophisticated surveillance equipment known as Stingray, …

UK surveillance laws will keep citizens' internet history on file for 12 months

British politicians will dramatically expand the UK's powers of mass surveillance under a draft bill demanding that ISPs store records of every website visited by internet users for up to a year. This level of online monitoring has been banned in the US, Canada, and every other European nation, and …

Surveillance

UK bill forcing ISPs to store users’ browsing history to be published today

New surveillance laws in the works will require broadband providers to store details of every site citizens visited in the past 12 months, reports the BBC.<p>Set to be published today, the draft Investigatory Powers bill will allow police and security forces to access these records, while councils …

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