Sheriff Carolyn “Bunny” Welsh was one of President Donald Trump’s most enthusiastic supporters right from the start.
Motherboard obtained IRS documents describing the sale of a database of smartphone movements.
With Thanksgiving days away, sheriffs in North Dakota, Utah, and New York are resisting orders to enforce mask mandates and social distancing, including limits on large gatherings.
The legislation pushed by Gov. DeSantis is in line with recent Republican rhetoric against protests.
“People are going to press the issue because they know it’s an illegal order," said one sheriff.
Defense teams across the U.K. are arguing that chat messages obtained by law enforcement malware should not be used as evidence in court.
MEGA shares users' account information with the New Zealand government, which can then provide it to other agencies, court records show.
An ex-officer alleged two of the deputies who received them had been involved in a fatal arrest of a Black man who pleaded that he couldn’t breathe as he was tased.
And other stories of police letting "courtesy card" carriers go after they've broken the law.
New pictures of the outside—and inside—of the GrayKey iPhone unlocking device have been published by the FCC.
Facebook has chosen to review user data requests manually, without screening the email address of people who request access to the portals, which are made for law enforcement agents only.
It's the kind of self-policing the community has been trying to normalize in the wake of Floyd’s death.