Tag Archives: privacy

California Assembly Privacy Committee Kills Consumer Privacy Bill and Only Hears Tech-Sponsored Bills

SACRAMENTO–Today, the California Assembly Privacy Committee will hear only consumer privacy bills promoted by tech companies to weaken the Digital. This comes after AB 1760, a bill to strengthen privacy protections authored by Assemblymember Buffy Wicks and sponsored by civil…

ACLU Supports New California Bill to Ensure Privacy for All

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 27, 2019 Contact: Daisy Vieyra dvieyra@acluca.org, 916-824-3266 SACRAMENTO – Today the ACLU of California joined a diverse coalition of privacy, civil rights, economic equity, and children’s advocacy organizations to announce support for AB 1760, Privacy for…

ACLU-SDIC Expresses Privacy Concerns About Drone Surveillance Technology

The following testimony was presented at the Public Safety and Livable Neighborhoods committee meeting on Wednesday, December 5, 2018. Good Morning Chairman Cate and Councilmembers, My name is Chloe Triplett, I am a policy advocate with the ACLU of San…

Tell San Diego City Officials Your Opinion on Drone Testing

The City of San Diego is seeking public input for their upcoming testing of unmanned aircraft systems, also known as drones. San Diegans are invited to complete an online survey to weigh in before the proposed program advances any further….

Secret Surveillance Is Happening in Our Communities. How Do We Protect Ourselves?

In recent months, we have seen a surge in the use of surveillance technologies, as they have become more powerful and easily available. These technologies collect information about our whereabouts and other sensitive details about our lives. Often bankrolled by…