Apr 212017
 
Tell the DHS: Social Media Passwords Should Not Be a Condition of Entry to the U.S.

From Gennie Gebhart of EFF: New proposals to make U.S. entry screening even more invasive will threaten our privacy, freedom of expression, and digital account security—and you can raise your voice against them. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is currently considering new procedures to screen certain foreign travellers. Specifically, [Read More…]

Apr 212017
 
 April 21, 2017  Court, Surveillance, U.S. No Responses »

Alex Emmons reports: In her first appearance representing the American public before the top-secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court in 2015, Amy Jeffress argued that the FBI is violating the Fourth Amendment by giving agents “virtually unrestricted” access to data from one of the NSA’s largest surveillance programs, which includes an untold [Read More…]