Score one for privacy.
Apple intends to update its iOS with a new feature that will make it significantly more difficult for law enforcement agencies to access data on locked iPhones. While we learned last month that something similar was in
Amazon has some explaining to do.
The online retail giant has been caught providing facial recognition technology to law enforcement in Oregon and Orlando, according to documents obtained by the American Civil Liberties Union through a Freedom of
Someone check on the Vulture, there's an Iron Man suit missing.
Los Angeles police have confirmed they're investigating a missing Iron Man suit, which disappeared from a prop warehouse in LA's Pacoima neighborhood, reports the LA Times.
And we thought parents trying to decode emoji messages was bad.
Twitter user Jennifer Jordan tweeted yesterday that her sister found a police document from the 1980s describing stages and signs of satanic worship. It's insane.
Few subjects give parents pause like talking about racism.
For black families, the topic can be painful and often involves the upsetting task of explaining to children how they may be viewed differently by just about anyone — but
Even on encrypted messaging platforms, be careful what you send.
Police officers in South Wales were able to identify a drug dealer's fingerprints from an old WhatsApp photo, the BBC reports. The fingerprint helped secure 11 drug-trafficking
When a dog gets taken away by the police, I feel conflicted.
On the one hand, it's sad to see a pup that has made such bad decisions in life, but on the other hand, the pictures are always great.
Emme Thompson posted a photo Saturday of her dog
Law enforcement agencies — despite protests from privacy advocates — have long lobbied to get access to your smartphone.
Now a mysterious U.S. startup called Grayshift — which reportedly has an ex-Apple security engineer on staff
If you give a mouse a cookie, he's going to ask for a glass of milk. If you blame half a ton of impounded cannabis that's gone missing on said mouse, it probably won't go over well with the judge.
Eight officers near Buenos Aires, Argentina,
Cops are used to surprises on the job, but seldom a casual great white shark.
South Australian Police looking to breathalyse and check up on boat operators last Friday were greeted by the animal, who cruised around them for about 10 minutes.
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