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Court ok's use of surveillance cameras without a warrant
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Courts OK Surveillance Cameras by Police on Private Property Without a Warrant [POLL]

In another example of how Internet technology is slowly creeping into the private lives of Americans, a U.S. District Court judge has set a new precedent.

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Controversial Bumper Stickers Might Make Feds Think You’re a Threat

According to a newly-leaked federal report, controversial bumper stickers may put you in a group of people the feds think is "dangerous" -- maybe even a domestic terrorist.

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Pasco Airport getting full body scanner
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Full-Body Scanners Now at Pasco Airport! Do They Invade Privacy? [POLL]

You've heard so much about them in other areas of the country; now they're here!

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Black boxes coming to cars in 2015?
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‘Black Boxes’ May Be Coming to Your Car in the Future [POLL]

You've heard of black boxes in commercial airliners and other planes. The boxes track every move, every change of course, and are useful in finding out what happened when an airplane goes down. The Feds are thinking of putting them in your car.

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Dems streaming live video of GOP leaders homes on internet
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Dems ‘Stalking’ GOP Candidates With Spy Cameras – Streaming Live [POLL]

Politics just got a little more dangerous.

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Should Employers Be Allowed To View Applicants Social Network Pages? (POLL)

It's fast becoming a hot button issue: numerous employers across the country are asking perspective applicants for the password to their Facebook, Twitter and other social media accounts.

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TSA checkpoint
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Traveling? Get Ready for More TSA Intrusions

The TSA-they're not just for airports anymore-expanding to train, bus, other mass transit means

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facial recognition technology-coming to cell phones in future?
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Feds Seek Public Input On Facial Recognition Technology

The Federal Trade Commission is seeking public input on a growing potential hot button issue-facial recognitiong technology.

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