The Liberty Justice Center is suing an Illinois city for blocking a resident from starting her own shuttle service.
Why the new ‘smart meters’ threaten our health, our privacy and the very values on which this country was founded.
The Electronic Privacy Information Center is rightfully concerned about the privacy implications of increased drone usage.
Ron Paul’s popularity with young people shouldn’t come as a surprise.
State and local governments are raising revenue by abusing drivers.
By the end of the decade, America’s skies could be filled with surveillance drones.
What the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012 has in common with the Fugitive Slave Act of 1850.
Bill of Rights Day is a time to mourn the rights that we’ve lost.
We’ve surrendered our most precious freedoms in the name of fighting terrorism.
Officials want to be able to spy on taxicab passengers.
Email enjoys far less protection from government snooping than snail mail. A new bill aims to change that.
The agency’s new facial recognition system will allow it to more easily monitor people.
BARR CODE: OnStar's dark side - TheDC Opinion
Why the service is a threat to people’s privacy.
Pending legislation would allow E-Verify to be used to ‘protect critical infrastructure.’
America’s immigration system is broken, but creating a domestic surveillance state isn’t the way to fix it.
Some universities responded to the terrorist attacks by stifling free speech.
Metro’s Riders’ Advisory Council recommends discontinuation of random bag searches over civil liberties concerns
Democrat Robert Brady has proposed making the use of language or symbols that could be construed as threatening to a federal official a crime
Internal documents obtained by the ACLU reveal the federal government has repeatedly violated legal limits governing the surveillance of U.S. citizens
Who's Threatening Your Civil Rights Now? - Ricochet
A look at the Obama administration’s actions that have infringed on personal rights