Google autocomplete is a feature that returns the most common searches starting with the words you’ve typed in its search bar. When people use Google to ask questions about the 2016 presidential candidates, what are they asking?
The U.S. Marshals Service is coordinating a program of deception in the courtroom, according to emails from law enforcement officers about their interaction with networks of Stingray surveillance that branch out from federal agencies into state and local police.
USA Today shares a useful new piece of technology… … for people too drunk to count or with such a large bounty that they don’t need to count. Behold the Internet of Useless Things.