Privacy Matters

Report: As many as one in four activists could be a corporate spy

Please note that by playing this clip YouTube and Google will place a long-term cookie on your computer.

Snowden: Dragnet spying is about power, not security

Image credit

A deeper look at the Klayman decision

Guest post by ACLU of Massachusetts staff attorney Jessie Rossman

You probably already know that yesterday, a federal judge ruled that the Government’s wholesale collection and querying of our phone record metadata likely violates the Fourth Amendment. Here are three important things you may not know about the opinion.

ACLU calls for statewide moratorium on controversial license plate readers

 
Our press release:
 
The ACLU of Massachusetts calls for a moratorium on the use of controversial and unregulated license plate scanner technology in all Massachusetts police departments, following a Boston Globe exposé of problems in the Boston Police Department's program.
 

The final frontier: AT&T comes knocking for in-home surveillance

Please note that by playing this clip YouTube and Google will place a long term cookie on your computer.

AT&T is now selling a product that gives the powerful telecom unprecedented access to our most sacred spaces: our homes.

Our drone future

Please note that by playing this clip YouTube and Google will place a long term cookie on your computer. 

Video artist Alex Cornell made a video to depict what "Our drone future" might look like in the United States. He describes the chilling work:

NSA caught red-handed in Google’s cookie jar: How to opt-out

Image credit: Parker Higgins

Sign up for email alerts // Contact us

Theme by Danetsoft and Danang Probo Sayekti inspired by Maksimer