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Federal court: Duggar sister privacy lawsuit can proceed

A lawsuit filed by four reality show sisters can proceed against an Arkansas city that released confidential information about their alleged sexual abuse by a brother, a federal appeals court ruled Friday.

Facebook CEO says he’ll double down on privacy

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg laid out a new "privacy-focused" vision for social networking.
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Judge: Winner of $560M Powerball jackpot can stay anonymous

A judge ruled Monday that a New Hampshire woman who won a Powerball jackpot worth nearly $560 million can keep her identity private, but not her hometown.

Does cellphone-sweeping ‘StingRay’ technology go too far?

New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago and Las Vegas are among scores of police departments across the country quietly using a highly secretive technology developed for the military that can track the whereabouts of suspects by using the signals constantly emitted by their cellphones.

Face scans for Americans flying abroad stir privacy issues

If the Trump administration gets its way, all U.S. citizens flying abroad will have to submit to face scans at airport security.

Comey: FBI, Apple court clash created unproductive ’emotion’

FBI Director James Comey says he's glad a court fight in California over access to a locked iPhone has ended because it "was creating an emotion around the issue that was not productive."
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Burr says Patriot Act doesn’t violate American’s privacy

For 50 years the Memorial Day celebration has happened on the USS North Carolina. The history of the ship not lost on Republican Sen. Richard Burr.

ACLU in NC questions plans for license readers

The American Civil Liberties Union in North Carolina has joined a number of other states is asking police for how they use automatic license plate readers to track and record movement.

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