Privacy Matters

The Attorney General, sentencing reform, and what went wrong with Edward Alemany

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This guest blog is by Andrea Lance 

Military contractor CACI seeks payment from Abu Ghraib prisoners who sued over torture allegations

A photograph from Abu Ghraib prison, where American military officials tortured Iraqis. A now-dismissed lawsuit alleged private contractors took part in abuses.

Bloomberg loves video surveillance, but not when it monitors the police

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(Start the above video at 54:30 to see Bloomberg and Kelly speak; they were about an hour late.)

Congressman: Contra rumors, DHS has 32 armored trucks nationwide

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Lockheed Martin's Desert Hawk III allows target tracking, would be great for police use, company says

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On proof, lies and expecting the worst from the surveillance state

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For Ramarley Graham and Israel Hernandez

Tech news 8-7-13

 
These tech news round-ups are edited by Anna Salem of the ACLU of Northern California.
 
 
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