Podcast #33: Clare Garvie on Facial Recognition

Facial recognition expert Clare Garvie explains how police are using (and abusing) this dangerous technology.

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Help End Section 702 Surveillance

Section 702 of 2008’s FISA Amendment Act, the basis of an enormous surveillance program, is about to lapse. A new bill, the USA Rights Act, would fix it.

NSA Headquarters

Will Surveillance Finally Sunset?

Controversial surveillance authorizations are scheduled to sunset this year. Now is the time to press for the end of these Constitution-defying practices.

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Now Following You on Twitter: The Police

Social media monitoring tools let local law enforcement scoop up and sift through everyone’s posts, regardless of suspicion.

The Perpetual Line-Up: Interview With Clare Garvie

In October, the Center on Privacy and Technology at Georgetown Law released The Perpetual Line-Up, a comprehensive report about the [...]
Alex Marthews

Podcast #4: Alex Marthews on Protecting Privacy

Alex Marthews is the executive director of Restore the Fourth, a national non-partisan advocacy group dedicated to promoting enforcement of the Fourth Amendment of the US Constitution. He spoke with publisher Mo Lotman about the legal terrain surrounding mass surveillance, including a new effort to bring oversight of the application of surveillance technologies in local communities.