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Watch: Smoke shop owner stabs would-be thief multiple times

In a dramatic surveillance video, the owner of a local smoke shop is seen repeatedly stabbing a juvenile robber wearing a ski mask.

Watch: Smoke shop owner stabs would-be thief multiple timesplayer

Supreme Court imposes sweeping ban on COVID tracking

Use of surveillance techniques to track COVID cases will be strictly limited following court ruling.

Supreme Court imposes sweeping ban on COVID tracking

America headed for 'police state with KGB-style surveillance?'

Fox News reports more Conservative activists, businessmen banned by Twitter as they implement a crowd-sourced fact-checking campaign.

America headed for 'police state with KGB-style surveillance?'player

Knesset Foreign Affairs Chair MK Hauser calls to stop GSS COVID-19 carrier surveillance

Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee demands Attorney General delay decision to approve surveillance for another three weeks.

MK Hauser calls to stop GSS COVID-19 carrier surveillance

Knesset approves Shin Bet tracking of COVID-19 patients approved for 3 weeks

Bill allowing Shin Bet to temporarily track the phones of coronavirus patients passed into law by the Knesset.

Shin Bet tracking of COVID-19 patients approved for 3 weeks

Law allowing Shin Bet surveillance of coronavirus patients frozen

Following public criticism, Coronavirus Cabinet decides not to advance bill allowing Shin Bet to gather data on phones of patients.

Law allowing Shin Bet surveillance of COVID-19 patients frozen

Israeli government moves to allow tracking cell phones to fight coronavirus

Agency would not require court order to perform surveillance but will be 'limited in scope of information and what it can be used for'.

Israel moves to allow tracking cell phones to fight coronavirus

Hidden camera outside the home of the Shin Bet chief

The home of Shin Bet chief Nadav Argaman was subject to surveillance for several days.

Hidden camera outside the home of the Shin Bet chief

Police deploy drone fleet, pledge not to invade privacy

Drones divided between 14 police stations 'to assist in real time during searches and escapes.' Operators 'received privacy briefing.'

Police deploy drone fleet, pledge not to invade privacy

Obama official admits intelligence gathered on Trump

Former top Obama official admits on live tv to encouraging gathering of intelligence on Trump.

Obama official admits intelligence gathered on Trumpplayer

Report: Trump transition team was under surveillance

Rep. Devin Nunes says members of Trump’s transition team were under inadvertent surveillance following the election.

Report: Trump transition team was under surveillance

Report: Obama spied on Netanyahu after NSA reforms

Wall Street Journal reveals the United States intercepted Netanyahu's calls in order to monitor his campaign against the Iran deal.

Report: Obama spied on Netanyahu after NSA reforms

Expert: People Need to Know their Data is Private

Security technologist Bruce Schneier says countries should enact privacy laws so that individuals know their private data is secure.

Expert: People Need to Know their Data is Privateplayer

Expert: Iran Talks Spy Virus Does More Than Peek

Duqu virus - whether Israeli or not - could have been used to record video, conversations, ID information, and passwords.

Expert: Iran Talks Spy Virus Does More Than Peek

New French Surveillance Law to Find Terrorists

France overwhelmingly passes new law to spy on citizens; poll shows French support move while rights groups complain of pitfalls.

New French Mass Surveillance Law to Find Terrorists

'Big Brother' Will Watch Israel's School Pupils

On Sunday, the Education Ministry issued a policy review increasing the use of surveillance cameras in schools.

'Big Brother' Will Watch Israel's School Pupils

'Jihadi John' Relatives Under Watch in Kuwait

Kuwaiti authorities are monitoring family members of Mohammed Emwazi, believed to be ISIS executioner 'Jihadi John.'

Reports: 'Jihadi John' Relatives Under Surveillance in Kuwait

Jerusalem: Surveillance Balloons to Fight Terror

Municipality responds to 'silent intifada' from the air, with new unit to locate riots and attacks which have exploded recently.

Jerusalem Launches Surveillance Balloons to Fight Terror

Police Use Drones to Monitor 'Price Tag' Suspect

Drone launched over alleged vandalism on Arab orchard, monitoring suspect's every step and prompting questions over priorities.

Security Forces Use Drones to Monitor 'Price Tag' Suspect

NSA Able to Record '100%' of Others' Phone Calls

Sources reveal that the NSA has built a system capable of recording “100 percent” of a foreign country’s telephone calls.

NSA Able to Record '100%' of Other Countries' Phone Calls

NSA Used 'Angry Birds' to Spy on Users

New Snowden documents reveal: Spy agencies used "leaky" smartphone apps to collect information.

NSA Used 'Angry Birds' to Spy on Users

Obama Announces Reforms in NSA Surveillance

Obama proposes new protections for people whose information was collected, announces NSA will stop targeting friendly world leaders.

Obama Announces Reforms in NSA Surveillance

NSA Collected 200 Million Text Messages a Day

The NSA has collected almost 200 million text messages a day from across the globe, reveal Edward Snowden documents.

NSA Collected 200 Million Text Messages a Day

NSA Surveillance is Legal, Rules Federal Judge

Federal judge in New York rules that the NSA's bulk collection of data on nearly every phone call made in the United States is legal.

NSA Surveillance is Legal, Rules Federal Judge

White House: No Immediate Plans to Release Pollard

President Obama has no immediate plans to release Pollard, despite revelations about U.S. spying on Israel, say White House officials.

White House: No Immediate Plans to Release Pollard

White House: We Collect Information Like Others

White House won't respond to reports that the NSA spied on Olmert and Barak. Israeli officials: We weren't surprised.

White House: We Collect Information Like All Other Countries

U.S., Britain Spied on Olmert and Netanyahu

Prime Ministers Netanyahu and Olmert were among those spied upon by the NSA, according to Snowden documents.

U.S., Britain Spied on Olmert and Netanyahu

U.S. Senator Speaks Out Against NSA Surveillance

Senator Diane Feinstein says she is "totally opposed" to NSA spying on leaders of American allies.

U.S. Senator Speaks Out Against NSA Surveillance

NSA Denies Obama Knew About Merkel Surveillance

NSA did not discuss with Obama "an alleged foreign intelligence operation" involving German Chancellor, says spokeswoman.

NSA Denies Obama Knew About Merkel Surveillance

US Recorded 'Millions of Calls' in France

"Le Monde" cites documents leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden with new accusations.

US Recorded 'Millions of Calls' in France

US Gov’t Scrutinizes Google Acquisition of Waze

The US government is scrutinizing the mammoth Google search engine’s acquisition of the Israeli-created Waze mapping application.

US Gov’t Scrutinizes Google Acquisition of Waze

France Threatens Google Over Privacy

Acting for Europe, France is threatening to fine the giant Google Internet search engine firm over privacy issues.

Acting for Europe, France Threatens Google Over Privacy

NSA Head: PRISM Foiled at Least 50 Terror Attacks

U.S. surveillance efforts foiled over 50 potential terrorist events since 2001, says NSA chief Keith Alexander.

NSA Head: PRISM Foiled at Least 50 Terror Attacks

US NSA Says Prevented ‘Dozens’ of Terror Attacks

America's National Security Agency chief says ‘dozens’ of terror attacks were prevented in recent years through its surveillance programs.

US NSA Says It Prevented ‘Dozens’ of Terror Attacks

Administration Defends 'Prism' Spying Program

Press reveals U.S. government has been spying on citizens through phones, internet.

Administration Defends 'Prism' Surveillance Program

CIA Drone Could Help Iran Hide Nukes

The downing of a CIA stealth RQ-170 Sentinel drone over Iran has caused consternation in the US after clear identification was made.

Downed CIA Drone Could Help Iran Hide Nuclear Facilities

Killers of Shin Bet Man, Schoolgirl to Go Free

Killers of 15-year old Helena Rapp and security officer Noam Cohen to be released

Killers of Shin Bet Officer and Teenage Girl to be Released

Govt Plans Constant Surveillance

Cameras and sensors to be put up in dozens of cities as part of the City Without Violence program.

Constant Surveillance Coming to Israel's Cities