Chad Marlow is a senior policy counsel at the ACLU, where he principally focuses on privacy, surveillance, and technology issues. His work on issues ranging from net neutrality and police body cameras to government surveillance and student privacy has been a frequent subject of national and international media coverage. He is the author of eighteen ACLU model bills, has published dozens of ACLU blogs and op-eds, and directs both the ACLU’s nationwide #TakeCTRL and Community Control Over Police Surveillance (CCOPS) campaigns.
Marlow holds a J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law and a B.A. in Government from Connecticut College.
Mar 4, 2019
Student Surveillance Versus Gun Control: The School Safety Discussion We Aren’t Having
Feb 5, 2019
Ohio Bucks a Bad Trend With New Police Body Camera Law
Oct 19, 2018
How to Shift Power From the Police to the People
Oct 15, 2018
On Election Day, the Voters of New Hampshire Can Protect Their Privacy in the Digital Age
Sep 17, 2018
How to Stop ‘Smart Cities’ From Becoming ‘Surveillance Cities’
Aug 17, 2018
Brett Kavanaugh Chose Corporations Over the Public in a Major Net Neutrality Fight
Jun 6, 2018
This Is How Net Neutrality Will End
Dec 12, 2017
A Bill to Warn Students About Predatory Colleges Without Violating Their Privacy
Nov 20, 2017
Should We Reassess Police Body Cameras Based on Latest Study?
Sep 11, 2017
Here’s How Communities and City Councils Can Reject Trump’s Militarization of Local Police