A Texas mom who kept tabs on her 9-year-old daughter’s cell phone came to a horrifying discovery one day.
According to a recent study, 68 percent of respondents said they would put themselves in danger to get back a stolen cell phone. Men were only slightly more likely to say they would risk harm to recover their phone.
Judge Andrew Napolitano sat down with Jenna Lee this morning to assess two Supreme Court cases on cell phone searches by police. At issue is whether police officers can seize a suspect's cell phone and look through it during an arrest, even if they do not have a warrant.
Judge Andrew Napolitano sat down on the Fox and Friends couch this morning to assess the legal issues at play concerning the Donald Sterling audiotape, which was recorded without his knowledge. Napolitano explained that the recording was illegally done and would be thrown out of a courtroom.
NSA director, Gen. Keith Alexander, seemed to skirt around a rather important question during a House Intelligence Committee hearing today. When asked whether the NSA has the ability to listen to phone calls or read emails under the surveillance program, he answered, “No, we do not have that authority.”
The Guardian newspaper revealed Edward Snowden as the source behind the leaks on the United States’ surveillance program. The British newspaper said Snowden is a 29-year-old American who works as a contractor at the National Security Agency, which is collecting the phone and computer data of millions of Americans. He’s also a former CIA employee.
Senator Rand Paul (R-KY), a staunch defender of civil liberties, suggested on Fox News Sunday that the government’s surveillance program goes too far. Paul, who’s a member of the Senate Homeland Security Committee, said, “We’re not talking about going after a terrorist – I’m all for that. Get a warrant; go after a terrorist or a murderer or a rapist. But don’t troll through a billion phone records every day.”
Fox News has confirmed that the Obama administration will likely open a criminal investigation into the NSA leaks that revealed widespread government surveillance on Americans’ phone calls and Internet activity.