I’ve been involved in local activism taking on the surveillance state in my hometown. Well, I got some great media exposure on a local radio station recently.
Last week, the NH House passed a bill to stop drone spying, Georgia passed a bill to ban weaponized drones. This week, a hearing in Rhode Island on a bill to stop spying by “stingray” or cell site simulators. Continue reading Special Report: States Move Bills to Take on Drones, Stingrays
Last week, bills to stop warrantless spying by stingray devices passed important first steps in two states. Continue reading Special Report: 3 States Move Bills to Take on Mass Surveillance
While most privacy activists have their attention on the FBI-Apple standoff, a number of states are considering important bills to help stop mass surveillance – no matter what the outcome. Continue reading Special Report: 3 States Advance Privacy Legislation
In this episode of my weekly podcast, I talk about the intrusiveness of the NSA.
Tech blogger and grassroots political activist Joe Levi speaks in favor of the Utah 4th Amendment Protection Act at an interim committee hearing on 11-19-14
We’ve produced a new video trailer to raise awareness and spread the word about OffNow.
Journalist Glenn Greenwald recently did a TED Talk addressing the prevalent idea that only “bad people” who “have something to hide” need to worry about constant government spying. Continue reading Video: Glenn Greenwald – We All Have Something to Hide