After a year that saw exaggerated use of Tasers against unarmed people who posed no threat to police, a federal appeals court ruled to limit the use of Tasers in these situations.
The ruling by the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in San Francisco this week will affect
It was a year that firmly established Photography is Not a Crime as a national blog, going from an average of more than 700 page views a day in 2008 to more than 4,000 in 2009.
A year in which PINAC was mentioned in both The New York Times and Playboy Magazine as well as several other resp
On Christmas Eve, we went over to the house of an old family friend when the conversation turned to a Youtube video that showed a man in France opening a wine bottle with his shoe because he did not have a cork screw.
We decided to give it a try, even though we did have a cork screw.
In what is considered a landmark decision, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled that police need warrants before they can search people’s cell phones.
The ruling, the first in a state supreme court, is expected to serve as a model for other courts to follow, according to an editorial in The
An Indiana man said police threatened to confiscate his camera as he was filming a traffic stop in front of his house while standing on his own property.
The man, who goes by the username dUsTjUnKy2000 on the forums of the Indianapolis Star newspaper, said the incident occurred Christmas D