Monthly Archives: May 2011

Stop Whitewashing Free Speech at La Jolla High

SAN DIEGO – La Jolla High School illegally whitewashed political messages painted by concerned students on campus benches that have traditionally been open for free expression, the ACLU of San Diego and Imperial Counties and Bostwick & Jassy LLP charged…

Notes from the Digital Underground

Every time you use the Internet, you’re leaving behind a “digital shadow” that can be tracked by a host of unseen online companies — or even the government. From surveillance of social networking profiles to warrantless seizure of your laptop…

Reader Privacy Act Approved by Senate

SAN DIEGO – Today, the California State Senate unanimously approved the Reader Privacy Act of 2011 – legislation that would require government agencies to seek a warrant in order to access consumers’ reading records from bookstores and online retailers. The…

ACLU To Donald Trump: You’re Filed!

SAN DIEGO – The ACLU of San Diego & Imperial Counties filed a friend-of-the-court brief in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals charging that a district court’s ruling erred in finding that Trump University is not a public figure, notwithstanding…