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Over the weekend I spoke on a panel at the National Conference for Media Reform in Denver. Check it out.
Today’s front-page Boston Globe expose on license plate readers in Massachusetts sounds the alarm on a problem the ACLU of Massachusetts -- and the national ACLU -- flagged as a potential privacy disaster back in 2010:
As the latest hunger strike at Guantanamo enters its third grueling month, Americans are getting a long overdue wake up call from the mainstream media.
There is both good and bad news to report on the surveillance front.
Let’s start with the positive.
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There are lots of redactions in the recently released Department of Homeland Security (DHS) files on the Occupy movement, obtained by the Partnership for Civil Justice Fund.
Heading to Denver this weekend for the National Conference for Media Reform? You can catch me on Saturday morning (early! wake up anyway!) discussing electronic surveillance and what we can do about it with a really cool group of activists and experts.
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