The new bill that would require the department to seek public input before rolling out new surveillance technologies.
This one is in Upper Brookville.
The former AT&T Long Lines Building may be home to one of the NSA's three "core" spy sites.
A lawsuit filed in federal court alleges the Department of Homeland Security and the FBI have illegally refused to comply with a FOIA request related to surveillance of Black Rights Matter protesters.
This week's question comes from a subway rider who feels conflicted about freeloading off of someone else's book.
Two starkly different narratives illustrate the difficulty of determining the truth about NYPD undercover operations and raise questions about whether the police overstepped their authority.
"Having a professor watching me drink and socialize would be the opposite of relaxing."
A live-in maid at an ­Upper West Side brownstone is suing her landlords after discovering that they were spying on her via tiny hidden cameras around her "free" apartment.
The NYPD's IG begins his job today with a complaint against the police's practice of spying on political organizations.
"I hope you accept my heartfelt apology for disturbing your lives," he said to his victims in court.
Commissioner Bill Bratton has disbanded the task force that secretly catalogued the movements and activities of countless innocent citizens who practiced Islam in New York.
"The motive for the program was not solely to discriminate against Muslims, but to find Muslim terrorists hiding among the ordinary, law-abiding Muslims," a federal judge ruled.
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