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The Failed Fix to NSL Gag Orders: How the Majority of National Security Letter Recipients Remain Gagged After USA FREEDOM

This report details how, despite repeated efforts by Congress and federal courts, the FBI’s controversial national security letter (“NSL”) authority remains unconstitutional by subjecting recipients to indefinite prior restraints. EFF’s analysis of records it obtained in a Freedom of Information Act suit concludes that absent further judicial or legislative intervention...
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Who Has Your Back? Censorship Edition 2019

Legal RequestsPlatformPolicyRequestsNoticeAppealsMechan-ismsAppealsTrans-parencySantaClaraPrinciplesApple App StoreDailymotionFacebookGitHubGoogle Play StoreInstagramLinkedInMediumPinterestRedditSnapTumblrTwitterVimeoWordpress.comYouTubeDownload chart as PDF. See earlier Who Has Your Back? reports: 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018.by Andrew Crocker, Gennie Gebhart, Aaron Mackey,Kurt Opsahl, Hayley Tsukayama, Jamie Lee Williams, and Jillian...
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Face Off: Law Enforcement Use of Face Recognition Technology

Last updated: April 20, 2020Executive SummaryFace recognition is poised to become one of the most pervasive surveillance technologies, and law enforcement’s use of it is increasing rapidly. Today, law enforcement officers can use mobile devices to capture face recognition-ready photographs of people they stop on the street; surveillance cameras...

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