Republican Sen. John Kennedy expressed concern over what he called Facebook's "cover your rear end" user agreement, and pressed the company's founder and chief executive on privacy policies and whether his personal information can or has been sold.
Greta Van Susteren asked former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton about the IRS targeting controversy. Previously, President Obama has labeled it as a “phony scandal.”
In a growing and controversial marketing practice, companies are now collecting billions of data points to profile consumers. Those data firms then sell that information to advertisers, who use it to tailor ads specifically aimed at users.
There’s new reaction today on the NBA’s lifetime bad for Clippers owner Donald Sterling after he was recorded by his mistress going on a racist rant. Along with a $2.5 million dollar fine, it’s the harshest penalty ever issued by the league.
More than five million people have national security clearance in the United States, according to a new report – that’s more than the entire population of Norway.
Judge Andrew Napolitano sat down with Elisabeth Hasselbeck this morning to weigh in on the Obama administration's move to cede U.S. control of the management of Internet domains.
The Supreme Court has given police more leeway to enter homes and conduct searches without a warrant. The 6-3 ruling stemmed from a 2009 incident out of Los Angeles. The 6-3 ruling now gives police the authority to enter a home as long as one occupant consents to the search.
If you sign up for ObamaCare, could your health information be shared with law enforcement or the IRS?
Judge Andrew Napolitano explained on Fox and Friends the last thing standing in the way of the government being able to implement a total police state.
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.
Stuart Varney said this morning on "Varney & Co." that one of his producers was given a questionnaire with some surprisingly intrusive questions on it when he switched doctors. One of the questions was whether he/she was concerned about unsecured weapons in the home. Another asked whether he/she was "in a relationship in which you have been physically hurt or are you afraid of your partner?"
Judge Andrew Napolitano explained that the question about guns comes out of a post-Sandy Hook executive order by President Obama, but it will be required under the law once Obamacare takes effect. Varney expressed amazement that these questions are being asked, but Napolitano made an important observation.
Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) spoke to Eric Bolling on Cashin’ In about privacy versus security.