Privacy Law Posted Jan 27, 2015 08:34 am CST By The Drug Enforcement Administration is operating a secret program to track vehicle movement throughout the United States through license plate readers, according to the American Civil Liberties ... ABA Journal, 22 hours ago
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In a little-known surveillance effort, the Drug Enforcement Administration is operating a massive national license plate reader program and has collected hundreds of millions of records of drivers on U.S. highways, according to the ACLU. Documents ...SiliconValley.com, 9 hours ago Documents show DEA tracking millions of vehicles UPI, 21 hours ago ACLU: Drug Enforcement Administration Tracking Plates Since 2008 The Truth About Cars, 27 minutes ago Why Is the DEA Tracking License Plates? Pacific Standard, 15 hours ago
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Here is a look at what is happening in the world of transportation this morning: The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is apparently secretly tailing millions of cars electronically via a license plate tracking program, according to The ...Fleet Owner, 31 minutes ago
Once again, Americans face a tradeoff between liberty and security. On one hand, the Drug Enforcement Administration has been building "a database to track in real time the movement of vehicles around the U.S., a secret domestic ...PR Web via Yahoo!, 1 day ago
The American Academy of Pediatrics is requesting that the Drug Enforcement Administration reclassify marijuana as a less harmful substance in order to facilitate research of the substance for medical use, according to a policy statement released ...Huffington Post, 1 day ago
The City of Cape Town's Drug Task Force will receive expert training from the United States government Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA). Members of the force will attend an Drug Enforcement Administration course in Botswana at the end of the ...SABC, 1 week ago DEA training for CTown drug team Citizen.co.za, 1 week ago DEA training for Cape Town drug team IOL, 1 week ago 21/01/2015: NEWS: De Lille thanks US for R10m investment in police training Cape Times E-dition, 1 week ago
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An upstate New York woman who sued the U.S. government and a Drug Enforcement Administration agent for impersonating her on Facebook without permission has settled her case for $134,000. Sondra Arquiett filed suit in 2013 after she discovered that a ...Austin American Statesman, 1 week ago DEA Used a Woman's Private Photos to Catfish Drug Dealers on Facebook Gizmodo, 1 week ago Fake Facebook page costs US $134,000 BBC, 6 days ago U.S. to Pay Woman $134K Over Fake Facebook Page NBCNews.com, 1 week ago
WASHINGTON The Drug Enforcement Administration formally acknowledged Friday that it maintained a sweeping database of phone calls made from the United States to multiple foreign countries. The program has since been discontinued, the Justice ...Japan Times, 1 week ago DEA kept telephone records on calls from U.S. San Francisco Chronicle, 1 week ago US drug squad cops: We snooped on innocent Americans' phone calls too! The Register, 1 week ago
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Agency: Department of Justice Office: Drug Enforcement Administration Location: Office of Acquisition Management Date you need to respond by: 28-January-2015 Solicitation Number: D-15-NC-0023 Naics code: 517110 Telecommunications Description: ...ITbriefing, 3 days ago US unveils new federal law enforcement profiling ban First Post.com, 1 month ago
A U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration program to keep tabs on cars close to the U.S.-Mexican border has been gradually expanded nationwide and is regularly used by other law enforcement agencies in their hunt for suspects. The extent of the ...Computerworld Australia, 1 day ago DEA cameras track hundreds of millions of car journeys across the US Computerworld, 1 day ago
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