It seems more and more people are beginning to realize that privacy is eroding — and that it matters.
They don’t want to violate your most cherished civil liberties, but they have to in order to keep you safe.
Though the FBI tripled its bulk collection under the Patriot Act between 2004 and 2009, no major cases were broken as a result.
Within three years, the government could possess the power to send insect-sized, autonomous, real-time surveillance drones into the homes of Americans.
As insane as it may seem, the ruling powers here in the United States are preparing to turn over the Internet — invented and built here — to the United Nations.
The status quo will not hold. We have to chart a new course — away from DC and outside the corrupt two-party system.
Bi-partisan legislation protects privacy rights while targeting terrorists.
Glass is correct in her understanding of the Constitution: It is the job of the states to stop federal overreach.