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ACLU in Court Today: Government Can't Use Border Checks to Avoid the Bill of Rights

By Avinash Samarth, ACLU National Security Project at 10:51am
As alleged ‘Wikileak-er’ Pfc. Bradley Manning faces his highly anticipated hearing this week, the government will face its own hearing today in a suit brought by the ACLU’s Project on Speech, Privacy, and Technology and the ACLU of Massachusetts on behalf of a co-founder of the Bradley Manning Support Network, David House. 
Secrecy Without Sense: State Department Censors Cables Already Published by WikiLeaks

Secrecy Without Sense: State Department Censors Cables Already Published by WikiLeaks

By Anna Estevao, National Security Project & Nathan Freed Wessler, Staff Attorney, ACLU Speech, Privacy & Technology Project at 9:27pm

For the first time, the government has acknowledged that the WikiLeaks release contains authentic State Department cables.

State Dept. Cables? WikiLeaks Documents? What? Where?

By Anna Estevao, National Security Project at 1:07pm

Last month, the ACLU filed a lawsuit challenging the State Department’s failure to respond to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request seeking the declassification of 23 leaked State Department cables. These cables have already been…

Suspicionless Searches and Seizures at the Airport: We're Suing

Suspicionless Searches and Seizures at the Airport: We're Suing

By Carol Rose, Executive Director, ACLU of Massachusetts at 11:00am

Whether you’re a member of the ACLU, the Tea Party, or the Beer Lovers Party, one of the things that distinguishes you from people living in more authoritarian regimes — Iran, China, Libya, to name a few — is your right to form political…

Bradley Manning's Treatment Is Just the Tip of the Iceberg

By Tanya Greene, Advocacy and Policy Counsel, ACLU at 5:51pm

Recent news reports suggest that Pfc. Bradley Manning, accused of leaking government files to Wikileaks, is being held by our government — alone, often naked, in a small isolation cell for months at a time as he awaits legal proceedings to…

Court Unseals ACLU and EFF's Motions on Behalf of Twitter User Birgitta Jonsdottir

By Suzanne Ito, ACLU at 7:32pm

Today, a court unsealed three motions filed by the ACLU and Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) last month on behalf of Birgitta Jonsdottir, the Icelandic parliamentarian whose Twitter account records were targeted by the government in connection…

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