Civil Liberties

Policing, U.S. Style: With Little Idea of What Really Works

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Jul 10th, 2019

Journalist Watchlist Raises Specter of Civil Rights-Era Secret Surveillance

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Jun 19th, 2019

Why the Christchurch Call to Remove Online Terror Content Triggers Free Speech Concerns

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May 20th, 2019

CTRL+HALT+Defeat: State-Sponsored Surveillance and the Suppression of Dissent

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May 15th, 2019

Palestinians Claim Violations by Israeli Settlers in Airbnb Case in U.S. Court

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May 7th, 2019

Trump’s `Fake News’ Tirades Embolden Arab Leaders’ Crackdowns

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May 3rd, 2019

CBP’s New Social Media Surveillance: A Threat to Free Speech and Privacy

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Apr 26th, 2019

To Battle Russian Disinformation, Ukraine Mimics … Russia

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Apr 17th, 2019

The Consequences of Legislating Cyberlaw After Terrorist Attacks

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Apr 9th, 2019

India’s Digital Path: Leaning Democratic or Authoritarian?

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Feb 4th, 2019

In 2019, Will the Global March of Authoritarianism Turn Into a Stampede … or a Slog?

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Jan 14th, 2019

New Approach After Charlottesville Violence Protects Public Safety While Preserving Rights

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Jan 2nd, 2019

What Not To Believe About Interpol—Exploding Five Myths

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Nov 26th, 2018

The Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board’s Disappointing Report on PPD-28 Implementation

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Oct 24th, 2018

European Counter-Terrorism Approaches: A Slow and Insidious Erosion of Fundamental Rights

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Oct 17th, 2018

On Big Brother Watch v. U.K.: The Future of Surveillance at Two Europe-Wide Courts

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Oct 15th, 2018