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The plot to regulate California home schools

The plot to regulate California home schools

By Timothy R. Snowball When state legislators attempt to enact laws that burden or break our constitutional rights, they often cite concerns related to the “health, safety, and welfare” of the public. And while these generalized concerns may fall within the so-called residual police power left to states in our federal system, they are not a license […]

Civil Liberties Advocates Voice Concerns Over Cell-Site Simulators

Civil Liberties Advocates Voice Concerns Over Cell-Site Simulators

By George Miller Is our government trying to end the Fourth Amendment or are they trying to protect us, or both, or even something more? That is being fought in the media and courts constantly. But, the bottom line is that the government has been taking more and more of your Fourth Amendment and privacy […]

McAfee: I Will Decrypt Information on the San Bernardino Phone For Free

McAfee: I Will Decrypt Information on the San Bernardino Phone For Free

By John McAfee Using an obscure law, written in 1789 — the All Writs Act — the US government has ordered Apple to place a back door into its iOS software so the FBI can decrypt information on an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters. It has finally come to this. After […]

A Message to Our Customers – from Apple Computer

A Message to Our Customers – from Apple Computer

Apple opposes order to help FBI unlock phone belonging to San Bernardino shooter

Apple opposes order to help FBI unlock phone belonging to San Bernardino shooter

Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook says his company will resist a federal judge’s order to access encrypted data hidden on a cellphone that belonged to the terrorist couple who killed 14 people in San Bernardino last year. In a statement released early Wednesday, Cook said that such a move would undermine encryption by creating a […]

Court Declares NSA spying program unconstitutional and grants Larry Klayman’s preliminary injunction

Court Declares NSA spying program unconstitutional and grants Larry Klayman’s preliminary injunction

 Follow us on Twitter (December 16, 2013, Washington, D.C.) – Larry Klayman, founder, chairman and general counsel of Freedom Watch and also a former U.S. Justice Department prosecutor, announced today that the Honorable Richard J. Leon of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia has granted his motion for preliminary injunction against the […]

Klayman to ask for En Banc review of DC Circuit decision to stay Judge Leon order preliminarily enjoining Obama NSA from mass telephonic surveillance

Klayman to ask for En Banc review of DC Circuit decision to stay Judge Leon order preliminarily enjoining Obama NSA from mass telephonic surveillance

 Follow us on Twitter (Washington, D.C., November 16, 2015). Just minutes ago, in the wake of the the Paris terrorist attacks, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit stayed the preliminary injunction order of Judge Richard J. Leon on November 9, 2015, pending appeal. This is the second time that this […]

Freedom Watch: We’ll Still Win NSA Case Despite Court Setback

Freedom Watch: We’ll Still Win NSA Case Despite Court Setback

“This is tyranny. If King George III had had access to the NSA, [our Founding Fathers] would have never made it to Philadelphia to sign the Declaration of Independence. They would have gotten arrested and executed.” Video Newsmax August 29, 2015   Larry Klayman, founder of government watchdog Freedom Watch, tells Newsmax TV he’s not […]

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