The essence of the Fourth Amendment is that the government should leave you and your stuff alone, unless they can satisfy a judge that they have probable cause of your involvement in an actual crime. Today, we’re calling for Congress to investigate whether the FBI is keeping that promise, relating to domestic advocacy groups, including […]
Tag: political surveillance
DID YOU GET THE MEMO?
You’ve probably seen the buzz around #ReleaseTheMemo on social and other media. But perhaps you found it hard to follow from a privacy advocate’s point of view. The House Intelligence Committee in Congress agreed to share a document that allegedly described abuses of FISA surveillance, pending the president’s approval. Now that it’s finally been released, let’s […]