Two decades after the attack on New York City, the Police Department is using counterterrorism tools and tactics to combat routine street crime.
The tool is the product of a growing industry whose work is usually kept from the public and utilized by police.
Multimillion-pound fines could be imposed for nuisance or fraudulent calls and texts under a proposed overhaul of the UK’s data rules.
WhatsApp assures users that no one can see their messages, but the company has an extensive monitoring and regularly shares information with prosecutors.
ProtonMail has been facing criticism after a police report showed that French authorities managed to obtain the IP address of a French activist who was using it.
Law enforcement officials are encouraging private homeowners’ associations to install license plate reader cameras from startup Flock Safety. But are they really keeping neighborhoods safer?