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After Misguided Court Ruling, Congress Needs to Safeguard Border Searches of Electronic Devices

EU Tech Policy Brief: January 2021 Recap

After Disgraceful Attack on Capitol, Changes to Tech Policy Should Balance Action with Respect for Civil Liberties

CDT and Leading Civil Rights and Technology Groups Urge 117th Congress to Tackle Civil Rights, Privacy, and Technology Legislation

CDT and Leading Civil Rights and Technology Groups Urge 117th Congress to Tackle Civil Rights, Privacy, and Technology Legislation

CDT Leads a Sign-on Letter on Law Enforcement Authorities in the Wake of the January 6th Capitol Assault

CDT Leads Letter on Law Enforcement Authorities in the Wake of the January 6 Capitol Assault

CDT Recommendations to the Biden Administration and 117th Congress to Advance Civil Rights & Civil Liberties in the Digital Age

A Roadmap for New White House & Congress to Advance Civil Rights & Liberties in the Digital Age

CDT Recommendations to the Biden Administration and 117th Congress to Advance Civil Rights & Civil Liberties in the Digital Age

CDT Recommendations to the Biden Administration and 117th Congress to Advance Civil Rights & Civil Liberties in the Digital Age

CDT Joins Leadership Conference 130 Other Leading Civil Rights Orgs in Opposition of New Domestic Terrorism Legislation

CDT Joins Leadership Conference, 130+ Other Leading Civil Rights Orgs in Opposition of New Domestic Terrorism Legislation

CDT Files FOIA Lawsuit Demandinf Information on How DHS Looks at Social Media for Immigration and Naturalization

CDT Files FOIA Lawsuit Demanding Information on How DHS Looks at Social Media for Immigration and Naturalization

CDT's memorandum entitled "Schrems II and Intelligence Surveillance Reform in the U.S.," released January 13, 2021.

Schrems II and the Need for Intelligence Surveillance Reform

EU Tech Policy Brief: December 2020 Recap

CDT Files Brief Urging Court to Rein in ECPA Gag Orders