Chad Marlow is a senior policy counsel at the ACLU, where he principally focuses on privacy, surveillance, and technology issues. His work on issues ranging from net neutrality and police body cameras to government surveillance and student privacy has been a frequent subject of national and international media coverage. He is the author of eighteen ACLU model bills, has published dozens of ACLU blogs and op-eds, and directs both the ACLU’s nationwide #TakeCTRL and Community Control Over Police Surveillance (CCOPS) campaigns.
Marlow holds a J.D. from the University of Virginia School of Law and a B.A. in Government from Connecticut College.
Feb 13, 2023
How to Pump the Brakes on Your Police Department’s Use of Flock’s Mass Surveillance License Plate Readers
Jul 9, 2021
Why Net Neutrality Can’t Wait
May 25, 2021
The People, Not the Police, Should Decide If and How Surveillance Technologies Are Used In Their Communities
Jan 26, 2021
President Biden: The Time To Restore Net Neutrality Is Now
Dec 23, 2020
A Tale of Two Body Camera Videos
Aug 19, 2020
Stop the Police Surveillance State Too
Aug 11, 2020
The U.S. Postal Service Was Never a Business. Stop Treating it Like One.
Mar 27, 2020
Those “Free” Remote Learning Apps Have a High Cost: Your Student’s Privacy
Apr 5, 2019
New Student 'Safety' Principles Place Students At Risk
Mar 18, 2019
Beware the Tech Industry’s Latest Privacy Trojan Horse