May 31, 2024
ACLU Urges Ninth Circuit to Protect Privacy of Data on Cell Phones
SAN FRANCISCO — The American Civil Liberties Union, ACLU of Oregon, and several partner organizations filed a friend-of-the-court-brief today in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal...
Issue Areas: Privacy & Technology
Apr 23, 2024
ACLU Statement on Congress’ Latest Attempt to Ban TikTok and Restrict Free Speech Online
WASHINGTON — Over the weekend, the House of Representatives passed the 21st Century Peace through Strength Act, which includes extremely concerning provisions that would function...
Apr 17, 2024
After House Passes Fourth Amendment Is Not For Sale Act, ACLU Urges Senate to Stop Government from Spying on Americans Without a Warrant
WASHINGTON — The House of Representatives voted 219-199 to pass the Fourth Amendment Is Not For Sale Act, which would ban the government from purchasing Americans’ data from da...
Mar 29, 2024
ACLU and ACLU of Florida Sound Alarm on Lakeland’s New Nightmare-Inducing Face Surveillance Program
The organizations are seeking records to shine a light on an alarming new tracking system unleashed on an unsuspecting public
Mar 19, 2024
Ahead of Hearing, ACLU Urges Nevada Court to Protect Americans’ Right to Private and Secure Communications
Forcing Meta to Roll Back End-to-End Encryption Protections Would Make Internet Less Safe, Experts Say
Mar 15, 2024
ACLU Statement on Supreme Court’s Decision Related to Whether Public Officials Can Block Social Media Followers
WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court on Friday clarified when public officials’ social media posts are subject to the First Amendment in response to two challenges, O’Connor-Ratcli...
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