Feb 14, 2024
ACLU, ACLU of Northern California Urge Court to Continue to Block Unconstitutional Restriction on Online Publication, Recognize Importance of Consumer Privacy Laws
The California Age-Appropriate Design Code Act was framed as a law to protect children’s privacy online, but it is actually a content-based regulation of free speech.
Jan 29, 2024
ACLU and ACLU of NJ File Friend-of-the-Court Brief in Challenge to Wrongful Arrest due to Face Recognition Tech
Parks v. McCormac could be the first case in the country to generate a decision addressing critical questions about police misuse of face recognition technology
Court case: Parks v. McCormac
Jan 10, 2024
ACLU Urges Pennsylvania Supreme Court to Protect Right to Privacy in Internet Searches
ACLU and librarians file amicus in Pennsylvania v. Kurtz, asking the state Supreme Court to protect people seeking information online
Dec 05, 2023
ACLU and RCFP Urge Supreme Court to Block Two State Laws that Would Allow the Government to Regulate Editorial Discretion on Social Media
Private platforms’ decisions about what speech to host, publish, and distribute on the internet are protected by the First Amendment and cannot be mandated by the government.
Nov 29, 2023
ACLU Endorses New Senate Bill Banning TSA from Using Facial Recognition Technology in Airports
WASHINGTON — Today Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.) and a bipartisan group of senators introduced the Traveler Privacy Protection Act, a bill that would prohibit the Transportation Sec...
Issue Areas: Privacy & Technology
Nov 27, 2023
ACLU and Digital Rights Groups Support Nonprofit in Lawsuit Over Its Reports Critical of Content on X
SAN FRANCISCO — The American Civil Liberties Union, the ACLU of Northern California, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and the Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia Univ...
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