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Louisiana Blocks Ebola Scientists From Meeting in New Orleans in Latest Counterproductive Over-Reaction

Could it become any more obvious that over-reaction to Ebola is undercutting efforts to stop the spread of the disease?

By Jay Stanley
November 3, 2014

Ebola: Travel Bans, Quarantines, and Political Courage

The political reaction to Ebola has been a study in contrasts.

By Jay Stanley
October 29, 2014

FTC Needs to Make Sure Companies Aren’t Using Big Data to Discriminate

The ACLU filed comments today with th

By Rachel Goodman
October 27, 2014

On the Creation of Giant Voiceprint Databases

The Associated Press ran a

By Jay Stanley
October 16, 2014

Treat Ebola as a Public Health Issue, Not a National Security Matter

Since the government announced the introdu

By Jay Stanley
October 15, 2014

Facebook Apologizes for Real Name Policy’s Impact, But No Real Changes Yet

Wednesday the ACLU, along with a coalition of partner organizations,

By Matthew Cagle
October 3, 2014

Up to 20% of Border Patrol Drone Flights Are Inside the United States

The GAO released a report Tuesday on Customs and Border Patrol’s use

By Jay Stanley
October 2, 2014

New Documents Shed Light on One of the NSA's Most Powerful Tools

Today, we're releasing several

By Alex Abdo
September 29, 2014

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