Tag Archive: privacy

Jan 29 2015

Students Forced to Drop Pants for Feces-Related Search

Students Forced to Drop Pants for Feces-Related Search

In the pervasive zero-tolerance climate in today’s schools, things just got weirder. A group of elementary students at a Gustine, Texas public school were recently forced to lower their pants for a school “poop inspection.” The children were, in fact, forced to engage in a strip search over feces. About two dozen children were rounded …

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Jul 12 2014

Police Get Warrant To Photograph 17-Year-Old’s Erection

A 17-year-old boy is facing two felony charges for sexting his 15-year-old girlfriend. The charges in question? Manufacturing and distribution of child pornography. If found guilty, the teen would be imprisoned and have to register as a sex offender. If that is not bizarre enough, police were recently granted a warrant to administer a chemically-induced …

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Jun 30 2014

VIDEO: BREAKING – MA Violates HIPAA For Guns

Mar 08 2014

Judge Orders Release of Gun Owners’ Records to Newspaper

You might remember Journal News as the New York-based newspaper that published the names and addresses of concealed carry permit holders in two counties. The story came with an interactive map so readers could see exactly where their neighborhood gun owners were located. The information was obtained through Freedom of Information requests that the paper …

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Jan 14 2014

Mississippi Makes Moves to Track Ammo, Limit Self Defense

Mississippi is generally known for its support of the Second Amendment and the right to self defense. However, the last few days have seen two new and dangerous gun control bills enter the state House – House Bill 231 and House Bill 179. HB 231, introduced by Mississippi Representative Omeria Scott (D-District 80), proposes requiring …

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Nov 17 2013

Want to Fly? TSA Wants Your Fingerprints and Tax Info

The NSA isn’t the only organization going through your records and data anymore. Despite a recent report by the U.S. Government Accountability Office that basically called the $900 million Transportation Security Administration useless, the organization is upping their ante with new screening techniques and programs. The TSA currently screens passengers through their Screening of Passengers …

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