The legislation would ban the city from signing non-disclosure agreements with surveillance companies.
Fishing remains one of the most dangerous jobs in Canada. We talked to captains about their most hazardous experiences.
Financial documents show Essex Police budgeted for purchasing IMSI catchers, and suggest it shares the technology with Kent Police.
And they need to answer for it.
One document has redacted the section on IMSI catchers, which are used to track mobile phones, and the Metropolitan Police has removed a file on public expenditure all together.
The leaked picture confirms that cops and feds hide these powerful surveillance devices inside police cars.
The police department refuses to say which models it uses in an FOI tussle with the NYCLU.
This Amazonian stingray chews its food like a cow or goat.
A Scottish prison used the device to catch inmates using mobile phones.
Over a dozen UK companies have been granted licenses to export telecommunications interception technology such as IMSI-catchers since early 2015.
Police in Ontario’s biggest cities have received hundreds of thousands of dollars for surveillance equipment. We can’t tell you how they spent it.
Researchers eventually want to make hybrid hearts for human patients.