No warrant, no problem: How the government can still get your digital data
The US government isn’t allowed to wiretap American citizens without a warrant from a judge. But there are plenty of legal ways for law enforcement, from the local sheriff to the FBI, to snoop on the digital trails you create every day. Authorities can ...
Topic matches for government pay
RUGBY, N.D. (AP) — Opportunities abound to practice law ... you pay at the pump, how much we can avoid pollution and combat climate change, and how effectively we can stand up to other countries can all depend on whether the government continues a policy ...
How Much Can (and Should) Government Protect People from Natural Disaster?
But you cannot make ... citizens and zoning policies set by individual communities? Everyone wants a small government, but every natural disaster brings calls for more governmental help for the afflicted and tighter governmental rules to prevent problems ...
Veterans affairs scandal further discredits Obama’s big government policies
It’s easy to call for eliminating waste, fraud and abuse, and sometimes an administrative change can improve ... the inherent limits of law as a policy instrument and a mediocre and degraded bureaucracy.” It doesn’t help when you have a president ...
A push to abolish 'ridiculous' S.F. laws
to build applications that can be used in civic life. "Having open-law data allows you to do almost anything with it," said Kraft. "We have a firm tradition of citizen-led change and citizen-led government in this country, and what does it look like in 2014?