A surveillance system police use to collect data from cellphones has sparked controversy in many states and now has become the subject of a lawsuit in Tucson.
PHOENIX — For $200 you can go to an electronics store, buy a remote-control helicopter, strap a camera to it and fly it over you’re neighbor’s property and peek through the windows.
A Phoenix employment attorney is advising Arizona employers that they can still hire as usual, even though E-Verify is closed to business.
Border drones will not be armed with "non-lethal" devices, U.S. Customs and Border Protection said Wednesday, a day after a report came out showing that the devices had been considered.
It will not be with guns. If ever tyranny overtakes this land of the sometimes free and home of the intermittently brave, it probably won't, contrary to the fever dreams of gun-rights extremists, involve jackbooted government thugs rappelling down from black helicopters. Rather, it will invo…
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PHOENIX - If you think you might need to use a public restroom while you're out and about, you might want to make sure you have your birth certificate handy.
PHOENIX - A trio of bills aimed at protecting the privacy of Arizonans' reading habits, their gambling gains and government records about them moved a step closer to being approved Monday.
PHOENIX - State lawmakers on Wednesday gave the first clearance to a measure designed to require police to get search warrants before they use drones to gather evidence.
PHOENIX - Fearing new intrusions into privacy, two state legislators are moving to restrict how aerial drones can be used in the skies over Arizona.
WASHINGTON - More than a third of Americans worry their privacy will suffer if drones like those used to spy on U.S. enemies overseas become the latest police tool for tracking suspected criminals at home, according to an Associated Press-National Constitution Center poll.