A trip to the US will now be more difficult for those who’ve recently visited Libya, Somalia, or Yemen. Thanks to new anti-terrorist travel restrictions announced Thursday, travelers coming to the US from after spending time in one of these three countries must go through the regular visa process instead of using the waiver program.
Apple - FEDagent - News for federal agents and 1811’s
Apple has long heralded itself a champion of protecting individuals’ privacy and encryption rights. With the FBI pressuring Apple to unlock the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino shooters, Apple is proving it will practice what it preaches.
Earlier this month, Reps. Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.) and Nita Lowey (D-N.Y.) introduced a bill to move more than 45,000 Transportation Security Administration (TSA) airport officers into Title 5 of the U.S. Code.
For years, Transportation Security Administration officers have failed to receive the same basic rights afforded to most other federal employees. A new piece of legislation introduced Tuesday plans to change that.
It turns out, the government cannot tell Apple to unlock an iPhone based a law from 1789. James Orenstein, the New York federal judge who delivered his 50-page ruling Monday said his siding with Apple came down to two major factors.