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Filmmaker Brian Knappenberger on FBI vs Apple Controversy: ‘Do You Trust...

In an exclusive interview with Truth In Media’s Joshua Cook, filmmaker Brian Knappenberger breaks down the issues surrounding the FBI/Apple controversy and explained what...

California Police Dept. Using Software to Determine ‘Pre-Crime’ Threat Score

The police department in Fresno, California has begun implementing a new technology that, in addition to looking at arrest reports and property records, uses...

France Moves To Strip Citizens Of Civil Liberties After Paris Attacks

French President Francois Hollande proposed constitutional amendments and a three-month extension of state of emergency measures Monday that will severely limit the civil liberties of French citizens.

TUCKER: Lower The Drinking Age!

The law is causing worse problems than it solves

Governor Walker Breaks Silence On Patriot Act, NSA Stance

Appearing on Fox News’ Special Report with Bret Baier, presumptive Republican presidential candidate Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker gave Americans their first preview on where...

Activist Groups To Rally Against Chicago’s Reported Interrogation Headquarters

Chicago, IL- As news has spread exposing an alleged interrogation facility in Chicago known as "Homan Square" where suspects are reportedly detained, abused and denied...

Alleged “Black Site” In Chicago Detaining And Interrogating Suspects

Chicago, IL- A warehouse on Chicago’s west side, known as Homan Square, is allegedly being used as an interrogation facility similar to a CIA "black...

Florida Attorney Offers Drivers A Bold Approach To Challenging DUI Checkpoints

Florida-based attorney Warren Redlich has attracted the attention of police and motorists alike due to a series of flyers he created to provide an option...

Two Albuquerque Officers Charged With Murder Of Homeless Camper

Albuquerque, NM- Albuquerque officers Dominique Perez and Keith Sandy were charged with murder on Monday in the shooting of homeless camper James Boyd. Boyd, who had...

New bill proposed to limit NSA phone data collection

Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT) is set to introduce a new Senate bill which would curb the ability of the government and NSA to collect...

U.S. Privacy Board Decides to Support NSA Data Collection

The Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversights Board, which originally criticized the National Security Agency’s collection of phone records from Americans, has changed its stance...

Federal Judge Rules Current No-Fly List Unconstitutional, House Intel Chairman Calls...

Portland, OR- A federal judge ruled Tuesday that the current procedures for placing a passenger on a "no-fly" list are unconstitutional and are in...

Supreme Court Ruling: Police Cannot Search Cell Phones Without A Warrant

In a colossal decision favoring digital privacy, the Supreme Court unanimously ruled 9-0 Wednesday that "police generally may not, without a warrant, search digital information on a...

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