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Congressman predicts Internet privacy law

Rep. Rick Boucher, D-9th, tells Wired that some form of Internet privacy legislation is likely to emerge from his high-tech subcommittee. Thursday’s hearing will key in on privacy issues surrounding Internet service providers who keep tabs on the data they ...

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Driver’s status suppressed

A driver’s answer to an officer’s “incidental” question in a convenience store parking lot can’t come into evidence, a Roanoke City Circuit Court says. In Commonwealth v. Fuller, a uniformed, shield-wielding officer pulled his patrol car up beside Lloyd Jasper ...

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Federal jury acquits license clerk

A federal jury in Harrisonburg returned a not guilty verdict for an Ohio license clerk accused of being part of a fraudulent ID ring for illegal immigrants.  Seven other defendants charged in the scheme pleaded guilty, but Nekeia Mack-Fuller claimed ...

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