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A state appeals court ruled against a worker who claims he was fired for being gay, saying the Missouri Human Rights Act only covers gender and not sexual orientation.
As a new sentencing law allows many low-level drug traffickers to be freed from prison, advocates say that efforts to deport the non-citizens among them effectively punishes these convicts twice for the same crime.
Google, Facebook, and Palantir were some of the controversial sponsors of Amsterdam Privacy Week.
The justices threw out a conviction against a Pennsylvania man who made threats against several people on Facebook.
The ACLU has released footage of Barstow cops arresting a woman who is eight months pregnant after she refused to identify herself.
A few pieces of the Patriot Act are about to expire, but we need more than a quiet death to guarantee true reform.
Cops don't need a warrant to get your cellphone location, court rules in "disappointing" decision.
Documents reveal the Drug Enforcement Administration and the Army have been patronizing Hacking Team via a reseller.
A federal judge was not swayed by the argument that national security and US soldiers would be at great risk if the 2,100 photographs in question were publicly released.
Although it might be said to represent a victory over pervs everywhere, there are some serious questions raised by revenge porn laws in general.
At a time when voting rights are threatened, schools are segregated, and police seem to be doing whatever they feel like to people of color, the appointment of a star reformer to head up the Justice Department's civil rights division offers some hope.