Justice Department to boost disclosure of cellphone tracking programs: WSJ
The U.S. Justice Department will begin disclosing more information about how law enforcement officials use secret cellphone tracking devices and is reviewing how the technology is deployed, the Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday. The newspaper, quoting Justice Department officials, said senior officials had determined they must be more open about the way the devices are used and why, although there was no agreement about how much to disclose or how quickly. Asked about the report, Justice Department spokesman Patrick Rodenbush said: “With regard to this particular technology, the Department of Justice is in the process of examining its policies to ensure they reflect the department’s continuing commitment to conducting its vital missions while according appropriate respect for privacy and civil liberties.” The Journal said the FBI had begun getting search warrants to use the technology that traces criminal suspects through their cellphones.
Rugby league-Welsh player dies after cardiac arrest at match
Welsh rugby league player Danny Jones died on Sunday after suffering a suspected cardiac arrest during an English third-tier match. The Keighley Cougars player, 29, collapsed after being replaced early in the game and was treated by the match doctor and paramedics at the ground before being taken to hospital, where he later passed away. Rugby Football League Chief Operating Officer Ralph Rimmer said in a statement: "It is always devastating when someone so young dies in these circumstances. "Danny was a popular and talented Rugby League player, having played at the highest level with the Wales National team and playing over 12 seasons for Keighley Cougars and Halifax." The match was abandoned after 16 minutes.
DALLAS (Reuters) - Two gunman who opened fire on Sunday at an anti-Islam art exhibit featuring depictions of the Prophet Mohammad in Garland, Texas, near Dallas, were themselves shot dead at the scene, a local CBS television affiliate and other local media reported, citing Garland police. (Reporting by Lisa Marie Garza in Dallas; Writing by Steve Gorman; Editing by Jeffrey Benkoe)
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