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A Pro-Liberty Case for Gun Restrictions

Gun rights advocates need to contend with the unintended consequences of expansive gun rights: a more intrusive government.

By Jay Stanley
July 17, 2018

Congress Can Stop Humiliating and Unconstitutional Device Searches at the Border

Warrantless device searches are skyrocketing. As the issue is being litigated, Congress can take steps to stop the practice.

By Neema Singh Guliani
July 13, 2018

Can You Keep a (Trade) Secret? Not When It Violates Someone’s Constitutional Rights.

DNA algorithms used to convict people can’t be kept secret.

By Nicolas Aramayo
July 6, 2018

The Supreme Court’s Groundbreaking Privacy Victory for the Digital Age

The court rejected the government's argument that it shouldn't need a warrant for data cellphone companies hold about us.

By Nathan Freed Wessler
June 22, 2018

Big Brother Is Getting More Tech-Savvy — Here’s How to Fight Its Next Hack

Government efforts to subvert software updates put everyone’s security at risk.

By Courtney Kan, Alexia Ramirez
June 21, 2018

New York School District Seeks Facial Recognition Cameras for Public Schools

A school district in Western New York is installing the invasive technology and others may soon follow.

By Stefanie Coyle, John Curr III
June 20, 2018

Abuses Show Police Departments Need to Take Cameras, Not Just Video, Into Evidence in Police Shootings

The ACLU is updating our model police body camera policy.

By Jay Stanley
June 14, 2018

This Is How Net Neutrality Will End

Internet service providers are smart enough to wait before taking advantage of net neutrality’s demise.

By Chad Marlow
June 6, 2018

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