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Justice Department’s appeal delays undocumented teen’s abortion by at least 11 days

If the Trump administration can’t find her a sponsor, this teen’s abortion may be further delayed.

On by Samantha Grasso

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Lewis Black’s rant on voter ID will make you just as angry as he is

“Elected officials shouldn’t get to choose who gets to choose elected officials.”

On by Aaron Sankin

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Facebook censors ACLU screed about censoring boobs

How else were they supposed to spread the message?

On by Kevin Collier

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California judge puts Proposition 35 on hold

The ruling goes against Californians’ overwhelming support for the proposition.

On by Kevin Collier

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California defends Facebook privacy

Two new laws expressly prohibit employers and universities from asking for employees’ or students’ social media passwords.

On by Fidel Martinez

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CISPA passes House with bipartisan support

The controversial cyber-security bill was rushed to a vote and passed on Thursday, despite criticism from the Center for Democracy and Technology. 

On by Kevin Collier

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House kills Facebook privacy proposal

The practice of employers demanding Facebook passwords from applicants is alarming, but perhaps not common enough to convince the House to take action. 

On by Lauren Rae Orsini

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ACLU responds to Facebook password coercion

The American Civil Liberties Union is standing behind employees like Robert Collins, who have been forced to trade online privacy for employment.

On by Lauren Rae Orsini

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Defying request, Twitter shares subpoena with user

The American Civil Liberties Union hopes to quash a subpoena for a Twitter user’s personal information on First Amendment grounds. 

On by Lauren Rae Orsini

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