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Airlines Should Decline to Participate in the Government’s Airport Face Recognition Program

Given their role, the airlines have a responsibility to ensure that customers’ rights are respected

By Neema Singh Guliani, Jay Stanley
August 10, 2017

Baltimore Police Caught By Their Own Body Cameras Planting Evidence: Lessons

Officer control over activation is a central reason for public mistrust of body camera programs.

By Jay Stanley
August 7, 2017

What’s Wrong With Airport Face Recognition?

A CBP program envisions applying face recognition to all passengers departing the United States, including Americans.

By Jay Stanley
August 4, 2017

Lessons From the Minnesota Shooting Body Camera Activation Failure

The public increasingly expects that police incidents will be recorded. Good policies are needed to make sure that happens.

By Jay Stanley
July 20, 2017

Reality Winner Is Latest to Face Prosecution Under Awful World War I Espionage Act

Prosecution under law enacted at a dark time in our history makes a fair trial impossible.

By Jay Stanley
July 11, 2017

One of the Nation’s Only Judges to Rule Against Right to Record Police Just Got Overturned

The First Amendment protects our greatest tool for police accountability.

By Molly Tack-Hooper
July 10, 2017

Government Should Not Be Able to Block Facebook From Telling People About Searches

The ACLU joins Facebook in fighting government gag orders.

By Vera Eidelman
July 7, 2017

Transparency Is Solution to Shameful Lack of Security For US Voting Systems Revealed by NSA Leak

The flaws are real, they are exploited, and they may significantly undermine our democracy if we continue to ignore them.

By Leah Rosenbloom
June 27, 2017

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