Tagged With Fourth Amendment

A court ruled it was legal for guards to strip search female inmates and force them to remove their tampons in front of male officers for a 'training exercise'


A Secret Service agent is suing US Park Police officers, saying they targeted and detained him because he's black


The Trump administration has started naming and shaming 'sanctuary cities'



Ex-FBI officials explain why the government wants Apple to provide access to the San Bernardino shooter's iPhone


The US Decides Everything Digital Is Not Protected By The Fourth Amendment


Liberal Supreme Court Justice Comes To The Defence Of Scalia



The Best Hope Left For Americans' Privacy Is This 2012 Supreme Court Decision


Law Professor: Even If NSA Domestic Surveillance Is Legal, It's Unconstitutional


The Government Can Search Your Bags AND Your Digital Files When You Cross The US Border


Guy's Fight With The TSA Over 'Magic-Marker Protest' Will Likely Go To Trial


Two Supreme Court Cases About Dogs May Profoundly Impact Americans' Privacy


Congress Just Extended A Bush-Era Bill That Could Let The Feds Spy On You



There Was A Secret Ruling Against The NSA For Spying On Americans


The Government Has Issued Secret Court Orders Targeting WikiLeaks Email