Carpenter v. U.S. will either drastically expand or limit Americans’ right to privacy in the digital age.
It's the second time in just a few months that the federal government has requested user information from websites and then backed down.
If tech is surveilling us constantly, we need the ability to use it to watch the watchers.
Judges are divided on whether the FBI grabbing dark web users' IPs constitutes a search.
Activists argue the ruling could have serious implications for how law enforcement is able to conduct remote searches.
The ban will not be lifted until Uber offers up electronic trip data, a major point of contention during its months-long battle with the city's taxi commission.
A Wall Street Journal report has revealed that cell-spoofing technology isn't limited to land-based Stingrays.