03 Jan 2014

Conflicting Federal Court Rulings on NSA Phone Surveillance Ignite Debate – What to do in the Meantime?

Don’t dial that friend in Yemen just yet. On a judicial hot seat the last couple of weeks, the NSA’s maligned mass phone surveillance programs apparently have found both esteemed supporters and opponents in the country’s federal district courts. In the past three weeks, we’ve seen two opposite rulings from US federal district courts on the constitutionality of the NSA’s mass phone surveillance programs, setting the stage for what may eventually... Read more...

01 Jul 2013

Independence Day: The Revolution for Digital Privacy Begins Now

This time of year, we usually find ourselves reflecting on the great freedoms we enjoy as Americans, thanks to the bravery of our founding fathers. Recent alleged revelations made public by NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden foreshadow a rising threat to the Constitution which was put in place to protect these freedoms, including 4th Amendment protection from unreasonable searches. Technology can be used by some to search and seize your digital identity... Read more...