From the Joe Callahan defense committee:
President Obama with "cyber czar" Howard Schmidt
How did you react to the news that the “CIA reportedly thwarted new al-Qaida underwear bomb plot”?
The Massachusetts version of Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio has something to celebrate.
“The goal is to get people thinking beyond the simple stuff,’’ said Mark Menz, a computer forensics specialist who will be leading a session on Internet investigations. “Many people will check a suspect’s Internet history, for example, but it’s important to know that with a warrant you can also look at the logs of the Web servers that the suspect was visiting.’’
Ending the war on drugs would not only alleviate over incarceration, it would also slow the rapid expansion of the surveillance state.
Listen to Michelle Alexander, author of The New Jim Crow, break it down.
Three cheers for Twitter's legal team!
The social networking company has filed a memorandum in support of Malcolm Harris' motion to quash a NYC district attorney's subpoena for his account information, marking what appears to be the first time a large third party content holder like Twitter has fought an administrative subpoena on behalf of a user.