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CISA - CISPA Without The "P" - Obama Veto Request Letter
July 15th, 2014
Overreaching cybersecurity bills come through DC like bad pennies.

Supreme Court Prohibits (in most cases), Searching Cell Phones Without A Warrant
by Adam LiptakNY Times
June 25th, 2014
A unanimous decison at the US Supreme Court placed limits on warantless search of the cell phones of those arrested or suspected of a crime.

Oakland Ethics Reform
June 19th, 2014
Oakland's City Council will consider governmental ethics reform at a July 1st City Council meeting

Lofgren-Sensenbrenner-Massie Amendment to Cut Funds for Back Doors and Warrantless Searches
June 18th, 2014
Update 6-20-2014: The Lofgren-Massie Amendment passed the House of Representatives on Thursday night in a lopsided 293-129 vote, providing a measure for the sea change in Washington DC since the Amash amendment failed to pass the House by 5 votes a year ago.

CA Corrections Department Proposes New Sweeping Prison Censorship Rules
The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) has proposed new sweeping censorship rules for information going into and out of California prisons

Sting Ray Records Seized by Federal Marshalls in Florida
by Aaron RiekeEqual Future
June 11th, 2014
Unprecedented federal seizure of cell phone surveillance records in Florida

Reset The Net - San Francisco
by Tracy RosenbergMedia Alliance
June 6th, 2014
On June 5, people all over the world reset the net to take online privacy and security into their own hands and Bay Area activists delivered thousands of petitions to Senator Dianne Feinstein's office asking her to stop undermining real surveillance reform.

California Senate Passes SB828 29-1
Off Now Coalition
May 29th, 2014
A bipartisan bill which creates a mechanism to turn off all material support and assistance, including water and electricity resources, from California to the NSA passed the State Senate on May 19th.

SOPA: If You Can't Pass It
by Marvin AmmoriSlate
April 30th, 2014
A humorous article by attorney Marvin Ammori on the new approach to stopping online piracy: voluntary compliance with laws that pass Congress.

Big Cable Tries To Push Free Channels Off Basic Tier
March 7th, 2014
In a heated DC battle, over-the-air broadcasters are fighting cable efforts to kick them out of basic tier cable service.

Oakland Domain Awareness Center (DAC): Scaled Back
by Matthew ArtzOakland Tribune
March 7th, 2014
Update 3/7/2014 Oakland City Council as expected, voted on 3-5-2014 to scale back the DAC spying machine to Port of Oakland property only.

AB 1876 Introduced In CA Assembly To End Phone Commissions In County Jails
February 25th, 2014
Assemblymember Bill Quirk (D-Hayward) introduced AB 1876 into the CA Assembly to end commissions on phone calls into and out of county-operated jails in the State of California.

Start Tracking Them Young: Gates Foundation Rolls Out In Bloom
by Aaron CantiAlternet
February 23rd, 2014
The education sector, thinks it has finally found its knight in shining armor: an omnipresent data archive that will track students from pre-school to graduation, noting every teacher and test score. Then it will tack that trail of data onto a person well after they leave school.

Credo Mobile: 1st Cellular Carrier To Tell Users of Surveillance Requests
CREDO Mobile announced today that it is releasing a transparency report detailing the number of governmental requests it has received to turn over customer information.

Jeremy Hammond Sentenced to 10 Years in Prison for Hacktivism
by Jeremy HammondAnonymous
November 15th, 2013
Activist Jeremy Hammond was sentenced to 10-years in prison.

New Definition of Terrorism: Promoting a Political Cause
by Mark HosenballReuters
November 2nd, 2013
In a truly terrifying development, a Scotland Yard/MI-5 memo from British military intelligence justifies the detention of journalist Glen Greewald's partner at Heathrow Airport on the grounds of terrorism.

Canadian Civil Liberties Groups Sue Intelligence Over Surveillance
by Kevin CollierThe Daily Dot
On October 22nd, Canadian activists announced they were suing Canada's equivalent of the National Security Agency.

Video Highlights from DC Stop Watching Us Rally
Video Highlights from 10-26 Stop Watching Us Rally

Charging Admission To Someone Else's Art
by Sherwin SiyPublic Knowledge
October 18th, 2013
Banksy puts his work out on the street. So what happens when someone restricts access to it, for a fee?

Senator Feinstein On "Real Journalism" at Senate Judiciary Shield Law Hearings
by Sarah LazareCommon Dreams
August 5th, 2013
CA Senator Dianne Feinstein advocated for citizen journalists to be exempted from a federal shield law during a Senate Judiciary Committee Hearing.

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