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Paxton, IL — Using the state to prevent two consenting adults from entering into a contract of marriage, regardless of their genders or sexual preference, is tyranny. Anyone who attempts to control what consenting adults do in their private lives and on their own private property facilitates said tyranny. These actions are abhorrent, and they …

Lawyers for a digital rights group squared off with federal attorneys in a San Francisco courthouse on Wednesday during an appeals hearing that will determine whether the government can serve telecom providers with gag orders when requesting user data. Last year, United States District Judge Susan Illston ruled that the FBI’s use of administrative subpoenas …

The California State Senate has approved a bill that will drastically restrict how law enforcement agencies from San Diego to San Francisco can use unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, for policing purposes. On Tuesday, the Senate voted 25-8 in favor of the legislation, AB 1327, setting it on course to go before the State Assembly …