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.
Aug 29, 2017
A Promising California Bill Could Help Communities Stop Secret And Discriminatory Police Surveillance
Feb 15, 2017
Help Wanted: How You Can Act Locally To Stymie Trump’s Agenda
Jan 25, 2017
We’re Updating Our Police Body Camera Recommendations for Even Better Accountability and Civil Liberties Protections
Dec 6, 2016
So-So Social Media Privacy? State Legislators Should Reject New Model Bill and Stick With ACLU’s Gold Standard.
Oct 4, 2016
Is Your City Destined To Be The Next Charlotte? A Hard Lesson In Police Body Camera Policies
Sep 21, 2016
Let There Be Light: Cities Across America Are Pushing Back Against Secret Surveillance by Police
Jul 20, 2016
Good Police Body Camera Laws and Policies? They Do Exist!
Jan 20, 2016
A Campaign to #TakeCTRL of Our Privacy Sweeps the Nation (And You Thought Bipartisanship Was Dead)
Sep 29, 2015
Rocky Mountain High-Five: Colorado PD Unveils Best-In-Nation Body Camera Policy
Sep 2, 2015
In Texas, More Body Cameras ≠ More Transparency