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EFF Probes Troubling Social Media Monitoring Policies in AL and TN

By |2019-03-07T22:47:18-04:00November 10th, 2014|Blog|

Late in September, in observance of the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s 13 Necessary and Proportionate Principles on Surveillance, NCAC noted thematic links between the NSA’s far-reaching surveillance tactics and those of public schools in the country. There, we observed that the underlying impulses behind surveillance on the national level and on the local level were uniform. This need to monitor and [...]

Free to Speak or Free to Seize?

By |2019-03-15T17:04:09-04:00June 24th, 2011|Blog|

A recent surge in vulnerability to search and seizure, despite protection under the Fourth Amendment, is creating a climate of fear of punishment for constitutional free expression.  Multiple stories this week share the theme of government interpretation of the Fourth Amendment infringing on the rights of the public.  If professionals and the public must live in fear of [...]