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Sale of surveillance equipment to Egypt: Paris Prosecutor opens a judicial investigation

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States push to relax rules on exporting surveillance technology to human rights abusers

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INDIGENOUS DEFENDER NO LONGER UNDER THREAT

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Sale of surveillance equipment to Egypt: Paris Prosecutor opens a judicial investigation

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Weinstein-BlackCube surveillance claim exposes aggressive tactics to kill a story

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Surveillance by intelligence services: fundamental rights safeguards and remedies in the European Union – Volume II

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Secret Origins of Evidence in US Criminal Cases

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European Court of Human Rights to Hear Challenge to UK Government Mass Surveillance Tuesday

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Amnesty International's position on the nomination of Gina Haspel to be Director of the Central Intelligence Agency

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ACLU and CMJ Demand FBI Records on Surveillance of Black Activists

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STAND- for passionate guardians of individual rights and liberties

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ACLU Joins Professor’s Lawsuit Against FBI for Baseless Arrest and Illegal Spying

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ACLU Comment on Introduction of Bipartisan Bill to Rein in Government Surveillance

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Bipartisan Coalition Delivers Grassroots Signatures to Congress on Surveillance Reform

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ACLU, Coalition Urge Congress on Surveillance Reform

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Surveillance “Reform”: the Fourth Amendment’s Long, Slow, Goodbye

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When It Comes to Surveillance, Watch the Watchmen

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Civilians paid a very high price for Raqqa's devastating 'liberation' by US-led forces

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NYT Sees 'Dystopia' in Chinese Surveillance—Which Looks a Lot Like US Surveillance

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Why Project Maven is the litmus test for Google's new principles

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