Supreme Court decision protects cellphone rights

News, Police/Crime, Politics

In a surprise decision Wednesday, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously that police officers must obtain a warrant before searching a suspect’s cellphone during an arrest. The case, “Riley v. California,” […]

Panel discusses importance of cyber-privacy at WSU

Above the Scroll, Science & Tech, Top Features

Digital privacy is a growing concern among modern Americans. The Stewart Library presented a cyber-security panel on Nov. 20 discussing privacy and security in the digital age. The panel, entitled […]

Viewpoint: The spies move next door

Opinion, Viewpoint

The National Security Agency’s construction of a massive, 1 million square-foot “spy center” is currently under way in the Utah desert. According to the April issue of Wired magazine, it […]