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US government and SCOTUS change cybercrime rules to let cops hack victims' computers

Humor / odd : Boing Boing

The Supreme Court -- at the behest of the US government -- has announced changes to "Rule 41," a crucial procedure of the US court system, which will give law enforcement sweeping powers to hack into computers anywhere in the world,...

The Switchboard: How a change to judicial rules could give the FBI more hacking power

Technology : Post Tech

Published every weekday, the Switchboard is your morning helping of hand-picked stories from the Switch team. The FBI’s quiet plan to expand its hacking powers. "Government officials are trying to expand their authority to hack into...

Feds could gain expanded hacking powers if Supreme Court approves search warrant rules change

News : The Raw Story

U.S. judges will be able to issue search warrants giving law enforcement agents power to access computers in any jurisdiction, potentially even overseas, under a controversial rule change likely to be approved by the Supreme Court b...

Don't let the government hack your computer. Tell Congress to stop changes to #Rule41.

Humor / odd : Boing Boing

“The U.S. government wants to use an obscure procedure—amending a federal rule known as Rule 41— to radically expand their authority to hack,” the EFF says. “The changes to Rule 41 would make it easier for them to break into our com...

Google Work Apps Gain New Powers, But Microsoft Still Rules

Technology / Programming : Monkey Bytes

Google Apps for Work is now G Suite. That and a few new features won't change its enterprise prospects much. The post Google Work Apps Gain New Powers, But Microsoft Still Rules appeared first on WIRED.


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