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Q13 FOX News reporterCould the Seattle Police Department improve its public image by wearing body cameras? Seattle City Councilmember Bruce Harrell is spearheading a pilot program that could put small cameras on officers by the end of 2012. However, Bob Scales who work at...
Gisele Plancher took a deep breath and began to read her son's handwritten message inside the last Mother's Day card he ever gave her. Her voice wavered as she told jurors that her son, Ereck, wrote, "I would like to personally thank you for raising me...
Money & CompanyAfter taking it on the chin over a new $5 monthly debit card fee, Bank of America has been struggling to keep its website up and running. Ivory soap is getting a facelift....
L.A. Times Tech BlogThe American Civil Liberties Union is bringing its heavy artillery to bear on the mobile location privacy debate. The civil advocacy group has coordinated 34 of its offices to send 375 public records requests to police and law enforcement agencies......
L.A. Times Tech BlogFacebook could reportedly face legal action if it doesn't suspend or make major changes to its facial recognition software in Germany. Facebook's facial recognition technology, which automatically enrolls all Facebook users, is used to identify and tage...
L.A. Times Tech BlogThe Los Angeles Times is hosting an event to talk about journalism, technology and Facebook tonight at the L.A. Times building in downtown L.A. The "Facebook Journalism Meetup" gets started at 6:30 p.m. and should wrap-up at about 8:30 p.m. Vadim...
L.A. Times Tech BlogFacebook has come under a lot of heat for its facial-recognition software which it has been automatically enrolling its more than 750-million users in. But Facebook has made it clear that it's use of the software, for automatically tagging people in...
Associated PressATLANTA (AP) -- Companies run by Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich have faced overdue tax bills in four states worth more than $6,000, according to records reviewed by The Associated Press. One of Gingrich's now-defunct businesses faced...
Two years after state authorities vowed to safeguard youths in psychiatric hospitals from sexual assault, the Tribune identified at least 18 cases of reported rape or sexual abuse at some of the Chicago area's most prominent facilities. Hospitals...
L.A. NOWLAPD Officer Frank Hernandez, the 13-year department veteran who shot and killed Manuel Jamines, a death that has sparked three days of violent protests in the Westlake district, has been involved in two previous shootings while on duty, according to........
Associated Press WriterThe case of a Rutgers University student who committed suicide after a roommate allegedly used a webcam to spy on his tryst with another man could pose the first legal test of a state privacy law passed in 2003. Lawyers for the roommate and another...
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Fox59Bullying has been a problem in schools in Central Indiana and across the country for years, but in recent months bullying has been linked to numerous cases of harassment, assault and even suicide. In response, legislators are preparing to strengthen a...
Tags: Laws, Suicide, Crime, Law and Justice, Indianapolis, Indiana
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