Judge seeks more answers from FBI related to surveillance

Judge seeks more answers from FBI related to surveillance

The chief judge of a secretive national security court has asked for more information from the FBI about the investigation of a former Trump campaign adviser

NYPD arrests suspect in fatal beating of man robbed of $1

The New York police department made an arrest in the murder of 60-year-old Juan Fresnada that occurred during a $1 robbery on Christmas Eve, according to Bronx District Attorney Spokeswoman Patrice O’Shaughnessy.

2 men were robbed and beaten on Christmas Eve. The thieves got away with $1, police say

A 60-year-old man is in critical condition after he and an acquaintance were robbed and beaten early on Christmas Eve morning, and the suspects took off with just $1, according to a spokesman with the NYPD.

Daily Crunch: California’s privacy law takes effect

The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. The California Consumer Privacy Act officially takes effect The C…

French government to scan social media for tax cheats

French court says government can comb profiles, posts and pictures for evidence of undeclared income.

Hacking School Surveillance Systems

Lance Vick suggesting that students hack their schools’ surveillance systems. “This is an ethical minefield that I feel students would be well within their rights to challenge, and if needed, undermine,” he said. Of course, there are a lot more laws in place …

Man, 60, dies after being mugged for $1 on Christmas Eve, police said – USA TODAY

Man, 60, dies after being mugged for $1 on Christmas Eve, police said USA TODAY Man dies after Christmas Eve mugging. His attackers got $1 Los Angeles Times 60-year-old man dies after being beaten, robbed of $1 on Christmas Eve WGHP FOX 8 Greensboro Man Who W…

Firebomb Attack Ramps Up Controversy Over Brazil Film Portraying Jesus as Gay

Brazilian filmmakers and artists said the attack on a production company on Christmas Eve sets a dangerous precedent in a country roiled by culture wars.

Baltimore Police Back Pilot Program for Surveillance Planes, Reviving Controversial Program

Baltimore Police Back Pilot Program for Surveillance Planes, Reviving Controversial Program

Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison said Friday he now supports a pilot program to fly three private surveillance planes over the city, reviving a controversial effort that had been shelved since it was revealed to have been used secretly three yea…

Judge seeks more answers from FBI related to surveillance

The presiding judge of a secretive national security court directed the Justice Department to identify all cases before it that involved an FBI lawyer accused of altering an email related to the surveillance of a former Trump campaign adviser, according to an…

Trifo raises $15M, announces new robot vacuum

Just over two years ago, PerceptIn announced an $8 million Series A. The funding followed a $2 million seed round, and found the startup essentially coming out of stealth to showcase the sensors it was building for a wide range of form factors, from cars to r…

2010s = 1984: The decade we finally understood Orwell

Saying George Orwell’s 1984 is my favorite book is like saying Star Wars is my favorite movie franchise. It would be more accurate to call them obsessions. I consume both in their entirety at least once a year, and have read everything there is to read about …

6-year-old catches Santa delivering toys on security camera in home surveillance sting

Santa Claus was no match for one 6-year-old California girl who learned home surveillance tricks from her private investigator grandpa.

Be Paranoid About Privacy

We need to take back our privacy from tech companies — even if that means sacrificing convenience.

Ex-Nissan Boss Carlos Ghosn Arrives in Beirut With Japan Trial Pending

It was not clear how Ghosn left Japan, where he was under surveillance and is expected to face trial in April 2020.

Las Vegas Police Arrest Man After Apparent Kidnapping Caught on Doorbell Camera

An apparent kidnapping was captured on a Nest home surveillance video in Las Vegas, showing a distressed woman trying to escape her attacker

Glenn Grenwald Killed the Internet

https://vimeo.com/fiorecartoons/glenn-greenwald-killed-the-internet!.?.!After Glenn Greenwald’s partner was detained for nine hrs and also removed of all his computer system gear, it’s plainly time to check out new methods of interacting. Allow’s take a look at a brand-new NSA-proof method to send messages. A Mark Fiore political animation.

Steve Quayle – Distant Thunders

https://vimeo.com/381949690!.?.!The last shot interviews with Chuck Missler go to the heart of a brand-new docudrama from GenSix Productions, The Distant Thunders. Steve Quayle, who’s likewise included in the movie, joined us to describe why a few of the explosive content in this movie led authorities to keep writer/director Gary Cole under security.

Aerial Viewing – POV Hackathon mock up

As you watch the film element of the task, it monitors you. This experiential film application was produced by Kelly Sears, Greg Prentice as well as Michael Scherotter at the POV Hackathon in Los Angeles on 5/17 -5/ 18.