State Senate Introduces Bill That Would Prevent Calif. From Aiding NSAA new piece of legislation is seeking to protect Californians from the U.S. National Security Agency (NSA).
LA Pastor Cheers 'Positive First Step' In NSA Surveillance ReformsReverend Rick Hoyt of First Unitarian Church of Los Angeles said Friday he's cautiously optimistic of proposed reforms to the National Security Agency.
Pasadena Lawmaker Calls For Tougher Oversight Of FISA CourtA Southland lawmaker wants to improve oversight of a secretive court panel after revelations of extensive government monitoring of Americans' phone calls and emails.
Wal-Mart Under Fire After Publicist Discovered Spying On Pro-Labor Group's MeetingWal-Mart is being called out by a pro-labor group after a publicist for the retail giant posed as a reporter to sneak into the group's meetings, according to an online report.
Feds Ask Facebook, Google For Backdoor Wiretapping AccessWhether you like it or not, the federal government wants to be your friend on Facebook.
Man Accused Of Spying On Women In Sears Dressing Rooms, RestroomsA maintenance man was arrested on suspicion of placing hidden video cameras throughout the Sears store at the Valley Plaza mall in order to surreptitiously record women in fitting rooms and restrooms, police said Wednesday.
Pitch In By Snitchin': LAPD Wants Valley Residents' Crime Tips Police say at least 35,000 residents have already signed up to supply the LAPD with crime tips using a free online service.