Missouri Bill Sets Guidelines for Police Body Camera VideoThe legislation directs courts to weigh the possible public benefit of releasing the footage.
Missouri Supreme Court Upholds HIV-Risk LawThe Missouri Supreme Court has upheld the conviction of a woman who did not tell her sexual partner that she was HIV-positive.
City Hall Hears Privacy Issues on Police Body CameraLongtime police critic John Chasnoff is scheduled to testify on when cameras should be rolling and when they should be off.
Former Wash U Student Accused of Taking Secret Photos of WomenPolice say Koonce confessed to taking photos under or through the clothing of three women without their consent.
U.S. : School Wrong in Barring Transgender Locker Room AccessThe student filed a federal complaint against Palatine Township School District 211, asking for unrestricted access to the locker room.
Drone Over Your Yard? Don't Shoot It Down!Lack of drone laws leave questions, but not about shooting them down.
St. Louis Fire Captain Co-Authors Drone Policy ProposalsGregg Favre and a New Orleans City Attorney hope their recommendations will be used as model for future policies.
Some Concerned About Car Computers' Effect On PrivacyConnecting to the web on the road is a convenience that could be harming us. What is saved and shared has people concerned.
New Car Technology Leads To Concerns About Invasion Of PrivacyFrom TVs to automobiles, buying new often means getting the latest technology, from touch screens to wi-fi capability. But is there a price for this accessibility?
SXSW '14: Your Privacy -- From Retailers to 'Revenge Porn'If you've ever sent a 'sext' -- or sexy text -- to your significant other, you'd better hope you stay on good terms... or you could wind up an unwitting porn star.
Missouri House Endorses Ban On Drones, Critics Say It Goes Too FarAs drone technology becomes more accessible to the public, several industries have found practical uses for the unmanned aircrafts.
Illinois Bill Aims To Protect Students' Online PrivacyState Rep. La Shawn Ford, who last year passed a bill keeping employers from asking employees for their usernames and passwords, is now sponsoring a bill to do the same for students.