Facing Tomorrow's High-Tech School Surveillance
Installed in the wake of recent high-profile mass shootings, controversial facial recognition systems that scan students’ faces could be the not-too-distant future for schools across America and beyond.
NYCLU: Justice in New York Is Available Only to Those Who Can Afford It
For many poor New Yorkers, the constitutionally protected right to an attorney is just a pipe dream, according to a civil liberties lawsuit and report.
Civil Liberties Groups Support Facebook's Fight to Limit Government Access to User Data
The NYCLU and ACLU filed briefs backing the company's case against the Manhattan District Attorney's warrant for access to 381 accounts.
A Chokehold Didn’t Kill Eric Garner, Your Disrespect for the NYPD Did
In an angry press conference, police union reps pretty much blamed everyone but police officers for the choking death of Eric Garner.