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States Legislatures Rebelling Against Congress’s Attack on ISP Privacy

From the moment the protections were undone, our phones at the ACLU began ringing off the hook with queries from the states.

By Jay Stanley, Nathaniel Turner
May 24, 2017

ICE Using Powerful Stingray Surveillance Devices In Deportation Searches

We need more information about how immigration agents are using surveillance devices under Trump.

By Nathan Freed Wessler
May 23, 2017

Mobile-Phone Cloning Tools Need to Be Subject to Oversight — and the Constitution

A device in widespread use by law enforcement and customs officials allows wide-ranging searches of personal devices

By Jay Stanley
May 16, 2017

Federal Appeals Court Hears Crucial Case on First Amendment and Photography

Are "Ag Gag" laws, which make make taking pictures on farms without owner's consent a criminal offense, constitutional?

By Jay Stanley
May 12, 2017

A New Implication of Cellphone Video: Citizens Taping Each Other For Police

New app encourages public to videotape drivers who are texting while driving, and send video to police for enforcement.

By Jay Stanley
May 3, 2017

How Technology Workers Are Organizing to Resist Trump

Important elements of the tech community are starting to reckon with the dangers of the infrastructure they have built.

By Noa Yachot
May 1, 2017

We’re Living in a Surveillance Society, So Why Do We Need Bail?

We’re no longer living in a world where a suspect can skip town and never be found.

By Jay Stanley, Andrea Woods
April 25, 2017

What Individuals Should Do Now That Congress Has Obliterated the FCC’s Privacy Protections

Congress voted to nuke broadband privacy, but there are a few limited steps we can still take to protect our data.

By Jay Stanley, Daniel Kahn Gillmor
April 12, 2017

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