19-year-old Tayvin Galanakis posted his traffic stop arrest, despite not being intoxicated, on YouTube where it gained millions of views.
Two men in Florida managed to steal $1 million from Uber Eats, according to police.
As the use of “e-carceration” spreads globally, invasive, AI-powered surveillance comes with it.
United Nations Human Rights tweeted that they were “appalled that the draconian and discriminatory anti-gay bill is now law. It is a recipe for systematic violations of the rights of LGBT people & the wider population.”
Amazon and its subsidiary, Ring, have agreed to separate multi-million dollar settlements with the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) over privacy violations involving children’s use of Alexa and homeowners’ use of Ring doorbell cameras.
A new U.S. Senate bill would require private messaging services, social media companies, and even cloud providers to report their users to the DEA if they find out about certain illegal drug sales.
Despite deleted chats, Google says US wasn’t denied access to “material” info.
By Zachary Stieber The Epoch Times September 29, 2022 The FBI must produce information from Seth Rich’s laptop computer to a Texas man, a federal judge ruled on Sept. 29. The bureau improperly Read More…
The imprisoned WikiLeaks publisher can now appeal her decision to the High Court, as well as the points of law he lost when the magistrate’s court initially blocked the extradition.
Denying Joshua Schulte bail because of a fear that he might reveal classified information is one thing. Subjecting him to torture is another.
The lack of justice in the five years since the tragedy has been described as “torture” and said to have prevented survivors from being able to grieve.
His fate now lies in the hands of UK home secretary Priti Patel.
When the police can’t afford to solve cold cases using DNA databases, deep-pocketed donors can.
Social justice advocates have slammed judiciary officials in the US state of South Carolina for the resumption of executing death row inmates by firing squad, calling the practice “barbarous”.