UPDATE: According to Reuters, both Jeff Rae and Malcolm Harris are challenging the subpoenas to Twitter for their records. The National Lawyers Guild is representing both activists.
Occupy Wall Street activist and writer Malcolm Harris (@getsworse) today received a second subpoena from Twitter.
It’s official. That is what you are in the age of Total Information Awareness. And the Department of Homeland Security has your back.
From warrantless location tracking to spooky data mining and everything in between, here's your Thursday tech links round-up.
Don't like your neighbor? Think your kid's math teacher unfairly gave her a bad grade? Have an ex-girlfriend you'd like to bother?
Don't fear: there's an easy way to (anonymously) send the police after them, now with a mobile phone app!
There was a time when the notion that the executive branch possesses the power to decide (in secret, with no explanation given) whether to execute an American citizen would have provoked outrage.
There was a time when due process and the Fifth Amendment had something to do with the courts.