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Probe advocates' role in forgery case: PUCL

People's Union For Civil Liberties (PUCL) Dakshina Kannada District Unit has urged the authorities concerned to probe into the alleged involvement of advocates in cases connected to the alleged forgery of signature and seal of Principal Civil Judge and ... Deccan Herald, 8 hours ago

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Think stop-and-frisk is bad in New York? It's way worse in Chicago

A new report from the American Civil Liberties Union in Chicago has found that Chicago cops employed stop-and-frisk more than four times more frequently than New York cops at the height of its practice in 2011. From May to August of 2014, 72 percent ...
 Salon2 days ago US Rights Organization Pushes for Debate on Death Penalty  Sputnik1 day ago Why the ACLU's New Numbers on Stops in Chicago Aren't Enough  Pacific Standard2 days ago Chicago Police Stop-And-Frisk Practice Targets Black Americans Report  Sputnik2 days ago

To know, is your right...

Human rights activist, one of the founding members and former Vice-President of People's Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL) and professor at Xavier Institute of Communications, Yogesh Kamdar, unravels the elusive RTI
 DNA1 month ago The Last Rights Activist  Individual.com1 day ago Nigeria: The Last Rights Activist  AllAfrica.com1 day ago
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PUCL welcomes SC decision on Setalvad

People's Union for Civil Liberties today welcomed the Supreme Court's decision to grant protection from arrest to social activist Teesta Setalvad and her husband till February 19 in a case of alleged embezzlement of funds. Setalvad and her husband ...
 Business Standard1 month ago How the Supreme Court should decide the same-sex union cases  Human Events Online2 weeks ago Supreme Court hands win to opponents of Alabama redistricting plan  Washington Post1 day ago Victory of common man's free speech: Section 66A victims  Manorama Online1 day ago

EU data protection reform 'badly broken,' civil liberty groups warn

Leaked documents show that the European Union's data protection is on its way to become an empty shell devoid of meaning, European civil rights groups warned Tuesday. The EU is busy overhauling its data protection rules, which date back to 1995.
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Lawsuit Challenges NSA Internet Dragnets

The American Civil Liberties Union earlier this week filed a lawsuit seeking to stop the National Security Agency from indiscriminately snooping on United States Internet traffic. Using a technique called "upstream" surveillance, the NSA does a ...
 E-Commerce Times1 week ago News of the day from across the nation, March 17  San Francisco Chronicle1 week ago USA TODAY: Cellphone spying - It's not just the NSA  USA Today3 days ago Wikipedia head: NSA spying is unconstitutional  The Hill6 days ago

ACLU sues TSA over behavior screening program

The American Civil Liberties Union is filing a federal lawsuit Thursday to force the Transportation Security Administration to reveal information about the effectiveness of its behavior detection program to spot risky travelers. The ACLU is asking ...
 USA Today1 week ago ACLU: TSA's $1B Behavioral Profiling Program Is Ineffective Pseudoscience  Hngn.com1 day ago $1 Billion TSA Behavioral Screening Program Slammed as Ineffective Junk Science  AllGov3 days ago TSA Hides Details of $1 Billion Face Finding Program  The Fiscal Times3 days ago

ACLU Sues TSA for Info On Controversial 'Behavioral Detection' Policies

The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a lawsuit seeking information on a practice called behavioral detection. The Transportation Security Agency uses the program to identify potentially dangerous passengers by their characteristics. The TSA ...
 Sputnik5 days ago ACLU Sues TSA For Records On Discredited Behavior Detection Program  Aero-News Network3 days ago NYCLU and ACLU Sue TSA for Records on Discredited Behavior Detection Program  American Civil Liberties Union1 week ago

Police encounters kill hundreds of disabled Americans every year, ACLU argues

03:09 AFP Photo / Drew Angerer The American Civil Liberties Union filed an amicus brief arguing that hundreds of disabled Americans are killed in police encounters every year. It was filed in support of a mentally ill woman suing police ...
 Russia Today6 days ago Report: Cops Kill Hundreds of Disabled Americans Every Year  PrisonPlanet4 days ago ACLU: Police Encounters Kill Hundreds of Disabled Americans Every Year  Fars News Agency5 days ago Police kill hundreds of disabled Americans every year: ACLU  Iran Daily4 days ago

ACLU sues Obama administration over 'kill list' documents

17:56 Reuters / John Gress The American Civil Liberties Union is suing the US government in an effort to compel a court to release documents detailing the Obama administration's use of a secret, so-called "kill list" ...
 Groong5 days ago Suit seeks to force U.S. to reveal data on drone strikes  Fox News Latino1 week ago ​ACLU sues Obama administration over kill list documents  Russia Today1 week ago ACLU sues White House over drone kill list  World Socialist Web Site1 week ago
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