Who do you call when the cops rip you off?
"[This] will change forever not just how the government engages with technology companies, but how technology companies engage with us.”
With an armed militia making headlines in the Wild West, an East Coast writer recalls his journey through the culture and mountains keeping America's attention
It’s never easy criticizing vigilant Big Brother while the crime scene is still bloody.
Black Mass is the one thing it shouldn’t be.
How many articles you can find in which an alleged killer of color had their insanity defense staged by reporters before they even got a lawyer?
Fierce and fearless, Goldstein and Crockford have paired up for a monthly podcast called "Humorless Queers," which in its first five episodes has already addressed ...
Back in November, co-founder of the Boston-based collaborative news site MuckRock Michael Morisy of sent a Freedom of Information Act request to the FBI, asking for “files on the online movement or group known as Gamergate or #Gamergate, as well as investigations into alleged activities of Gamergate affiliates.”
This is annoying to even have to say, but Boston is different from Cambridge, is different from Somerville, is different from Watertown.
“They’re asserting a general police power to capture anybody’s image and process it for law enforcement purposes just in case they later turn out to be guilty of something. That’s not OK.”