May 22, 2023
U.S. Supreme Court Declines to Hear Challenge to Warrantless Pole Camera Surveillance
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court today declined to hear Moore v. United States, leaving in place a patchwork of lower court decisions on an important and recurring question ab...
May 04, 2023
ACLU Strongly Opposes Cascade of Dangerous Legislation Threatening to Destroy Digital Privacy
Billed as Making the Internet Safer, the EARN IT Act, STOP CSAM Act, and Cooper Davis Act, Would Instead Chill Free Speech and Increase Government Censorship and Surveillance
Apr 11, 2023
ACLU and Civil Society Groups Urge Montana House To Vote “NO” on Unconstitutional Bill Banning TikTok for All Montana Residents
WASHINGTON — In a letter sent to the Montana House of Representatives today, the American Civil Liberties Union, ACLU of Montana, and half a dozen free speech and civil liberties...
Mar 07, 2023
ACLU Raises Concerns About Senate Bill Aimed at Banning TikTok
WASHINGTON — Several senators introduced a sweeping bill on Tuesday that sets the stage for the government to ban TikTok for people across the US. Under the proposal, the Secreta...
Mar 01, 2023
ACLU Condemns House Foreign Affairs Committee Vote on TikTok Ban Bill
WASHINGTON — The US House Foreign Affairs Committee voted on Wednesday to advance a bill that would effectively ban TikTok in the US, violating the First Amendment rights of mill...
Feb 27, 2023
ACLU Strongly Opposes House Bill that Would Ban TikTok and Threaten First Amendment Rights
WASHINGTON — In a letter sent to the House Foreign Affairs Committees today, the American Civil Liberties Union has urged members to vote no on HR 1153, a bill introduced by Hous...
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