Privacy Matters

Department of Justice has too much access to our electronic communications, not too little

Two articles in today’s press illuminate just how far the Department of Justice is straying from the Fourth Amendment when it comes to electronic surveillance.

"Letters from Ahmed Zaid Salim Zuhair": On force feeding at GITMO

Terror Tuesday: Help end the shame of Guantanamo

Illustration: Carlos Latuff

On "false statements" and FBI interrogations

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The FBI says 19 year old Cambridge resident Robel Phillipos lied to them. If convicted of making false statements to federal agents, the young Mr. Phillipos would face a maximum sentence of 8 years in federal prison. 

Mosquito-like drone at Harvard could be used to pollinate, spy on you in the shower

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Drones and helicopters are totally the same thing, so we don't need any new laws to protect us from drone spying! Helicopters can already spy on us from the sky, so no big deal!

Twitter Anarchists! May Day celebrants! You are being watched

Massachusetts company shows off its military trucks for police, but did they help?

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Powers claimed for war on terror used in war on drugs

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