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Government

DOJ backs down from request for IP addresses that visited Trump protest website

[ad_1] The Department of Justice has dropped its request for the IP addresses of visitors to an anti-Trump inauguration protest website. The news is a win for DreamHost, which went public with the situation last week, riling privacy advocates who decried the DOJ request for IP...

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Elucd’s polling pushes for greater community accountability for police

[ad_1] From his time working as the wunderkind pollster for Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign to the launch of his new startup, Elucd, Michael Simon has believed in the power of community feedback. At Elucd, which is graduating from the latest batch of Y Combinator startups,...

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UK politicians hold a tearful vigil for a clock because they clearly have nothing better to do

[ad_1] Big Ben has been silenced.Image: Alberto Pezzali/NurPhoto via Getty ImagesNurPhoto via Getty ImagesBy Rachel Thompson2017-08-21 16:45:38 UTC Just in case you were in any doubt about the world falling apart, British politicians confirmed our worst fears today by holding a silent vigil for a...

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Countless advocates and companies advise Supreme Court to protect phone location data under the 4th Amendment

[ad_1] Among the Supreme Court’s many upcoming cases is Carpenter v. United States, which will settle the question of whether your location and movements, as determined by the ordinary interactions of your phone with the network, are protected by the Fourth Amendment. Dozens of companies,...

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