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The civil liberties group asks an appeals court to review the judge's order finding a phone-records collection program legal.
Searches done by U.S. Customs and Border Protection without a show of reasonable suspicion are rare and don't require reasonable suspicion, a federal judge said
Spain's arrests follows actions in the U.S. and Germany after a spectacular series of synchronized thefts
A robbery suspect is killed and another is taken into custody in San Francisco
The metadata collection represents "the natural tension between protecting the nation and preserving civil liberty," judge says
An oversight committee also vetted over 200,000 requests for communications data
Commissioner Almunia wants a deal before he leaves office next year, says expert
Taiwan's antitrust agency says Apple interfered with iPhone pricing by three carriers.
The state of Florida is also withholding $3 million in payments to the systems integrator
Tim Draper says Silicon Valley needs a government that is more tech savvy
National intelligence director says continued litigation would reveal state secrets related to national security
The carrier's announcement of disclosure follows a similar one by Verizon on Thursday.
Megaupload's lawyer says the conversations show the company's struggle with infringing materials stored there.
Critics of the agency's surveillance programs say momentum has shifted in the debate