ACLU Speech, Privacy, and Technology Project
Bennett Stein (@bbbennettt) is a legal assistant with the ACLU’s Speech, Privacy, and Technology Project. At the ACLU, he has worked extensively on documenting the use of automatic license plate readers and other new police surveillance technologies. He is also the unit chair of the UAW Local 2110 shop at the ACLU. Prior to joining SPT, he served on the executive board of the ACLU’s University of Michigan Undergraduate Chapter for four years. He co-founded the University of Michigan student organization Students Against Surveillance which continues to advocate for an ordinance in Ann Arbor regulating the use of government surveillance cameras. While in school, he worked at Durham’s Tracklements and Smokery in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Bennett is a graduate of the University of Michigan’s Ford School of Public Policy.