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Federal Bureau of Investigation: Feds Dismiss Google's Fears Over FBI’s Hacking Power

The Justice Department is firing back at Google for asserting that a plan to expand the FBI’s hacking authority represents a “monumental” constitutional concern.

In a stinging rebuttal submitted this week, DOJ castigated Google, claiming that the search giant is misreading its proposal that would give judges more flexibility in how they can approve search warrants for electronic data. 52 more words

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Federal Bureau of Investigation: FBI DIRECTOR ISIS TENTACLES REACH INTO ALL 50 U.S. STATES

The presence of the Islamic State (ISIS, ISIL) in the United States can be felt in all 50 states, according to the director of the FBI. 72 more words

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Federal Bureau of Investigation: WHY DOES THE FBI HAVE TO MANUFACTURE ITS OWN PLOTS IF TERRORISM AND ISIS ARE SUCH GRAVE THREATS?

The FBI and major media outlets yesterday trumpeted the agency’s latest counterterrorism triumph: the arrest of three Brooklyn men, ages 19 to 30, on charges of conspiring to travel to Syria to fight for ISIS (photo of joint FBI/NYPD press conference, above). 99 more words

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Federal Bureau of Investigation: Tell me about your personal favorite.

“Frank Grigware. As a young man, more than one hundred years ago, Grigware was sent to Leavenworth penitentiary on a life sentence for train robbery. He escaped in 1910 and fled. 97 more words

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Federal Bureau of Investigation: How does the bureau decide who gets on a wanted poster?

“Two criteria are used to determine additions to the Top Ten list. First the fugitive must be sought because they have been charged with engaging in serious criminal activity. 98 more words

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Federal Bureau of Investigation: Who are some of the more famous persons to land on FBI wanted posters?

“The FBI has been using wanted posters since the 1930s to inform the public about fugitives who are sought to face criminal charges in court. We have put criminals from bank robbers like John Dillinger and Alvin Karpis to serial killers like Ted Bundy to terrorists like Osama Bin Laden. 37 more words

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Federal Bureau of Investigation: Tell me about the importance of a wanted poster, not just in notifying the public about a fugitive, but in putting pressure on the fugitive. How big a tool are they for the bureau?

“A wanted poster can be a very important tool in seeking a fugitive. It allows law enforcement to make the public aware of the wanted person, multiplying the number of eyes focused on finding them. 65 more words

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