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Food Truck Surveillance New Low In Government Overreach

Food Truck Surveillance New Low In Government Overreach

The city of Chicago has been conducting food truck surveillance since 2012. As an illustration, it equips each food truck with a device that reports its location to authorities every five minutes. Authorities are apparently enforcing a law that prevents food trucks from operating within 200 yards of a restaurant. The city designed food truck ...

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Are Your Phone Apps Secretly Monetizing You?

Are Your Phone Apps Secretly Monetizing You?

There’s a strong chance that your phone apps are secretly monetizing you. In fact, dozens of popular iPhone apps are quietly selling information about you to big businesses in the data mining industry. Apps are constantly sending precise locations and ...

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Bus Passengers Have No Constitutional Rights

Bus Passengers Have No Constitutional Rights

The Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution apparently no longer applies on buses. Greyhound bus passengers across the country have reportedly been subjected to warrant-less searches. Law enforcement can stop and search Greyhound bus passengers without a warrant at any ...

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The Coming Bitcoin Blackouts?

The Coming Bitcoin Blackouts?

The vast popularity of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin will lead to blackouts and higher electric bills unless something changes fast. Digital currencies are not controlled by the big banks yet, but rather by a network of users who an incredible amount of electrical power ...

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