The slop sleuths of Seattle

Our lawsuit against Seattle’s illegal surveillance program received more national media attention yesterday (click here). Seattle bureaucrats monitor everyone’s trash cans to make sure no one throws out food. Government shouldn’t meddle in the minutia of … ›

Fuel efficiency dreams backfire; Big Brother seen as the solution

Government officials have already attempted to install tracking devices on cars belonging to suspected criminals. Although the Supreme Court ruled that the process required a search warrant, a variant of … ›

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The slop sleuths of Seattle

Our lawsuit against Seattle’s illegal surveillance program received more national media attention yesterday (click here). Seattle bureaucrats monitor everyone’s trash cans to make sure no one throws out food. Government shouldn’t meddle in the minutia of … ›

Fuel efficiency dreams backfire; Big Brother seen as the solution

Government officials have already attempted to install tracking devices on cars belonging to suspected criminals. Although the Supreme Court ruled that the process required a search warrant, a variant of … ›

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The slop sleuths of Seattle

Our lawsuit against Seattle’s illegal surveillance program received more national media attention yesterday (click here). Seattle bureaucrats monitor everyone’s trash cans to make sure no one throws out food. Government shouldn’t meddle in the minutia of … ›

Fuel efficiency dreams backfire; Big Brother seen as the solution

Government officials have already attempted to install tracking devices on cars belonging to suspected criminals. Although the Supreme Court ruled that the process required a search warrant, a variant of … ›

The slop sleuths of Seattle

Our lawsuit against Seattle’s illegal surveillance program received more national media attention yesterday (click here). Seattle bureaucrats monitor everyone’s trash cans to make sure no one throws out food. Government shouldn’t meddle in the minutia of … ›

Fuel efficiency dreams backfire; Big Brother seen as the solution

Government officials have already attempted to install tracking devices on cars belonging to suspected criminals. Although the Supreme Court ruled that the process required a search warrant, a variant of … ›