Rich explained his opposition to President Obama being interviewed on YouTube, the latest in the takeover of Atlantic City, and McDonald’s continued financial struggles. He also talked with foreign policy analyst Paul Bonicelli about the death of the King of Saudi Arabia.
Spy Voice Recorder lets you use your smartphone to surreptitiously record conversations, with no on-screen indication that it’s taking place.
As 3 On Your Side consumer reporter Jim Donovan finds, your car may be spying on you and the information it collects might be used against you.
Virtual Private Networks are nothing new, but they’ve largely been the stuff of enterprise, businesspeople hopping on workplace systems while traveling.
Chris discusses Temple University’s new luxury dorm rooms, President Obama hosting the 1972 Miami Dolphins, and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s endorsement Steve Lonegan for Senate. He talks to Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick, Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine, and the Piazza Pet of the Week.
Districts that provide students with laptops, cell phones or other electronic devices will now have to provide written notification that the device may track them.
Sometimes, it’s handy to have a recording of what people say – but you don’t want to be obvious about it. That’s where Spy VoiceRecorder.
Two Americans who were detained and accused of spying after hiking near the Iraq-Iran border three years ago have been married in Northern California, a family friend said Sunday.
Hui Sheng Shen, 45, and Huan Ling Chang, 41, had already been charged in connection with a counterfeit goods smuggling ring through the ports of New York and New Jersey, and the spying charges arose out of that investigation.
After weeks of testimony, the case that kick-started national conversations about gay youths and Internet privacy was sent Wednesday to a jury that must decide whether a former Rutgers University student is a criminal or just a young man who was confused by seeing two men kiss.
A month and a half into the school year, Blake Robbins,16, says his life is finally back to normal.
A Philadelphia-area school district agreed Monday to pay $610,000 to settle two lawsuits over secret photos taken on school-issued laptops.