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DEA Sued for Unconstitutional Phone Surveillance


The blanket surveillance of phone calls carried out by the DEA and other federal authorities violated both the First and Fourth Amendments, according to the Electronic Frontier Foundation, which filed a lawsuit to stop the activity. "I suspect the government will argue it did not specifically target Americans and so its actions do not require constitutional scrutiny," said attorney Yasha Heidari.
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Commerce Department Embarks on Data Revolution


"I am greatly encouraged by [the Commerce Department's] recognition of data as a strategic goal, and their establishment of this advisory committee to help ensure that they get experienced advice from commercial users and other experts in data dissemination and usability," said Karin Remington, CTO at Arjuna Solutions and a member of the newly formed Commerce Data Advisory Council.
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Re: The Maddeningly Painful, Pathetic Apple TV Experience 6  chescatatum   2015-04-14 01:39:40 
Re: Hey Buddy, Fix Your Face - Oh Wait, I Can Do It for You With Facetune 2  speakingtruth2you   2015-02-08 15:22:48 
Re: Why Netflix's Lousy On-Demand Library Is Beating iTunes and Everyone Else 4  Fithian   2014-12-28 16:31:59 
Re: Cut Calculator Lets You Rip Away Without Sweating Bullets 2  Redwinkle   2014-07-23 17:57:53 
Re: Some Penny-Pinching Tips for DIY iPhone Repairs 3  albus_severus   2014-06-11 02:12:43 
Re: GoToMyPC Gets Ready to Go to Your Mac 2  cookbrock   2014-04-25 22:43:05 
Re: Dream Homes: Mac Apps for Architectural and Interior Design 4  BruceMonge   2014-03-12 08:25:04 
Re: Apple Breaks Legal Serve in Samsung's Home Court 2  lantzn   2013-12-13 12:31:15 
Re: Low-Light-Loving iPhone Photogs Get Ring of Fire 2  geedeezy   2013-12-12 09:04:57 
Re: Apple's iBeacon to Follow iPhone-Toting Customers Around Stores 3  josephmartins   2013-12-07 07:56:16 
Re: With a Friend Like Ellison, Steve Jobs Didn't Need Enemies 2  geedeezy   2013-11-27 16:15:35 
Re: iPhone App Points Non-Guzzlers to Alt Fuel Fill 'Er Ups 1  Rachelle Dragani   2013-11-19 15:33:53 
Re: WebStart's a Snore-Worthy Substitute for iGoogle's Snappy Style 2  strani   2013-11-18 17:34:25 
Re: Apple Designers May Be Hugging Curves 3  Bill_Twyman   2013-11-11 14:09:17 
Re: Apple May Be Getting 'Repair, Don't Replace' Religion 2  prl99   2013-11-08 07:37:34 
Re: igHome Offers Cozy Abode for iGoogle Orphans 2  calexander3   2013-11-05 20:42:37 
Re: Camping App a Powerful Cure for Cabin Fever 4  kylekai   2013-11-05 17:07:23 
Re: Apple's New iWork: 3 Steps Forward, 1 Step Back 3  ViewRoyal   2013-10-31 08:12:11 
Re: Ahrendts Pick Bodes Well for a Fresh Apple Store Experience 5  CMaxcer   2013-10-26 16:10:03 
Re: You've Got to Touch Apple's Airy New iPad to Believe It 5  CMaxcer   2013-10-24 17:40:59 

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