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This is a screenshot of a CDT issue brief, entitled "Recognizing the Threats: Congress Must Impose a Moratorium on Law Enforcement Use of Facial Recognition Tech." White document on a dark grey background.

Recognizing the Threats: Congress Must Impose a Moratorium on Law Enforcement Use of Facial Recognition Tech

Graphic for a CDT event entitled "The Patriot Act Turns 20: Taking Stock and Rethinking Surveillance Powers." Event on October 5, 2021. More info at: cdt.org/events. White and dark grey text on dark grey and white backgrounds. Headshots of the event's speakers.

Reflecting on 20 Years of the Patriot Act: U.S. Surveillance Authorities Must Still Change

EU Tech Policy Brief: September 2021 Recap

CDT CEO Alexandra Givens Speaks at 2021 US-EU Trade & Technology Council Stakeholder Roundtable

CDTers and former government officials Jim Dempsey and Sharon Bradford Franklin file an amicus brief in the U.S. Supreme Court, in the case "FBI v. Fazaga." White document on dark grey background.

CDTers and Former Gov Officials Dempsey & Franklin File Amicus in U.S. Supreme Court in FBI v. Fazaga

Joint Statement Calls Out Internet Fragmentation

CDT joined a sign-on letter, alongside 20+ civil liberties and civil rights groups, urging the US Department of Homeland Security to end its collection of social media identifiers and social media content. White document on dark grey background.

CDT Joins Civil Liberties and Civil Rights Groups Urging DHS to End Collection of Social Media Identifiers and Content

Screenshot of a sign-on letter CDT joined, urging President Biden to appoint members to the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board (PCLOB). White document on a dark grey background.

CDT Urges Biden To Appoint Members to PCLOB, Key Oversight Body

CDT and EPIC File Amicus Brief Arguing for Protections for E-Scooter Location Information

International Coalition Calls on Apple to Abandon Plan to Build Surveillance Capabilities into iPhones, iPads, and other Products

Mass and Intrusive Surveillance of Immigrants is an Unacceptable Alternative to Detention

Government Watchdog Reports Many Government Agencies Don’t Even Know What Facial Recognition Systems They Are Using