Started in 2013, Restore the Fourth stands against mass government surveillance. We seek to strengthen the Fourth Amendment and fight back against all programs that encroach on it through educating the public, lobbying elected officials, and supporting grassroots organizers across the country.
Restore the Fourth was created in the wake of the Snowden Revelations. So much has changed in the surveillance landscape since then. Learn about what we fight against.
Restore the Fourth is a non-partisan, non-violent advocacy and protest movement demanding an end to the US’s unconstitutional surveillance methods. See how our work reflects that.
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So much happens at the intersection of surveillance, government, and civil rights. Read about what we’ve been doing to help restore the Fourth.
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Read the blog:
- Why Section 702 Isn’t A Silver Bullet Against Ransomware And CyberattacksGuest post from Chris Weiland, Restore The Fourth – Minnesota Recently, current and former members of the intelligence community have […]
- Our New Brief on ShotSpotterShotSpotter is an Acoustic Gunshot Detection System (AGDS) used by law enforcement to detect and report the location of gun […]
- Yes, You Should Be Able To Sue Federal Government Officials TooIn 1971, the Supreme Court ruled that an “implied cause of action” existed in the case of federal agents violating […]