Experts look to uncover the truth about Pablo Escobar's alleged hidden millions in new Discovery series

Pablo Escobar, the notorious drug cartel leader who grew his cocaine operation into a multibillion-dollar enterprise, is believed to have stashed away millions of his fortune before being killed in a shootout with Colombian forces on Dec. 2, 1993.

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District judge says evidence in 'StingRay' case can be suppressed

A United States District Judge in New York has ruled that the Drug Enforcement Agency’s use of a device that provided authorities with the location of a man’s cell phone— and thus his apartment— was an unreasonable search.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/07/13/district-judge-says-evidence-in-stingray-case-can-be-suppressed.html

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Are regulations weakening the power of medical tech on the iPhone, Apple Watch?

A former Food and Drug Administration contends the agency’s oversight is stifling innovation of Apple’s medical products

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Electronic Sports League to start randomly drug testing players

Drug testing is coming to e-sports.

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DEA Sued for Unconstitutional Phone Surveillance


The Electronic Frontier Foundation this week filed a complaint against the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration for secretly collecting data on all telephone calls to as many as 116 countries, possibly going back to the 1990s. The suit was filed on behalf of Human Rights Watch. Many of the calls were made to countries certified under Section 706[1] of the U.S. Foreign Relations Authorization Act as being heavily involved in the drug trade. The president has to renew this certification annually.

The original article can be found here: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/81929.html?rss=1

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With Apple Watch near, FDA clarifies regulatory stance on health-tracking wearables

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has issued preliminary guidance that defines the agency’s criteria for determining when wearables which provide health tracking or advice, such as the forthcoming Apple Watch, could be classed as regulated medical devices.



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The Silk Road 2.0 is now bigger and better than ever before: What’s the FBI to do?

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Despite (or perhaps because of) a high-profile bust of the original Silk Road, the online drug market is back and more successful than ever – and this time it brought some friends.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/182083-the-silk-road-2-0-is-now-bigger-and-better-than-ever-before-whats-the-fbi-to-do

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