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Supreme Court grants FBI decentralized warrants, power to hack suspects anywhere

Supreme Court grants FBI decentralized warrants, power to hack suspects anywhere On Thursday, the US Supreme Court passed a proposed change to Rule 41 of the Federal Rules for Criminal Procedure, one of the main bodies of law that governs the powers and behavior of the FBI.The new version of Rule 41, approved on Thursday, removes the requirement in cases where the suspect’s location cannot be realistically obtained.

Liberal logic 101: Gun laws

Liberal logic 101: Gun laws That Diglett Must Have High CP116020 hrs ago Crushing metal pipes with hydraulic pres105923 hrs ago Anon is a metal gear enthusiast95423 hrs ago American marketing at its finest8849 hrs ago MSNBC ""accidentally"" plays kfc ad84721 hrs ago 1st Donation to the Great Wall of Trump78721 hrs ago Female privilege in action72220 hrs ago /pol/ is for serious stuff55923 hrs ago Animals VS Laser Pointers50818 hrs ago /k/ommando discovers a new kind of lube41523 hrs ago

Breaking Laws of Physics

Breaking Laws of Physics Siverded Diglakak Solospe 23 hrs agoDutch Dank Stank Comp: 1# 21 hrs agoIts about sending a message 22 hrs agoA Tale of Two Rulers 318-322 21 hrs agoThe European Counter-Summit 22 hrs agoTHIS IS THE LAST OF MY HAMON 22 hrs agoRegional differences in crime 17 hrs agoSecret Service Agent's Decoy Hands 13 hrs agoForbidden levels of forbidden love.20 hrs agoPick on someone your own size 16 hrs ago

Are copyright laws fair? The U.S. Copyright Office wants to hear from artists

Are copyright laws fair? The U.S. Copyright Office wants to hear from artists The Copyright Office is currently asking artists — including photographers — for feedback on current law, specifically concerning moral rights, attribution, and integrity.Testimony during a 2015 House Judiciary Committee prompted further digging into current copyright laws and their effectiveness.

Senate Votes to Let Internet Providers Sell Your Web History

Senate Votes to Let Internet Providers Sell Your Web History Today, the US Senate voted 50-48 to overturn broadband privacy rules that would have required internet service providers get consumer consent before selling their web browsing data to advertisers or other data companies.Those rules would have required internet providers to ask for permission before selling data about your usage, like web browsing history and location, as well as data about finances, health, app usage, and more.