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Abuses Show Police Departments Need to Take Cameras, Not Just Video, Into Evidence in Police Shootings

The ACLU is updating our model police body camera policy.

By Jay Stanley
June 14, 2018

This Is How Net Neutrality Will End

Internet service providers are smart enough to wait before taking advantage of net neutrality’s demise.

By Chad Marlow
June 6, 2018

The FBI’s Gigantic Math Error

The FBI is showing that it can’t be trusted on the encryption issue.

By Jennifer Stisa Granick
May 25, 2018

We’re Demanding the Government Come Clean on Surveillance of Social Media

The Trump administration is ramping up monitoring of what people say on social media — and it’s doing so largely in secret.

By Hugh Handeyside
May 24, 2018

Amazon Teams Up With Government to Deploy Dangerous New Facial Recognition Technology

Amazon has developed a powerful and dangerous new surveillance system and is actively helping governments deploy it.

By Matt Cagle, Nicole Ozer
May 22, 2018

Encrypted Email and Security Nihilism

A new report details various problems with encrypted email. But that doesn't mean we should give up on it altogether.

By Daniel Kahn Gillmor
May 18, 2018

Why the Golden State Killer Investigation Is Cause for Concern

Blockbuster investigations shouldn’t obscure the very real dangers of government access to sensitive information.

By Vera Eidelman
May 11, 2018

Company That Handles Prison Phone Calls Is Surveilling People Who Aren’t in Prison

Sen. Ron Wyden has revealed shocking surveillance practices by Securus, a prison technology company.

By Neema Singh Guliani, Nathan Freed Wessler
May 11, 2018

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