ACLU praises decision "restoring privacy to the levels that existed before the digital era."
Matthew Segal, legal director of the ACLU of Massachusetts, wrote this blog.
ACLU-backed proposal now under consideration would protect social media from snooping employers.
Following ongoing national revelations about domestic surveillance and lack of federal leadership, ACLU urges Massachusetts lawmakers to bolster privacy at the state level.
Supreme Judicial Court rules that people have a reasonable expectation of privacy for data that cell phone companies hold about them.
ACLU calls for Massachusetts moratorium and passage of the License Plate Privacy Act, to help ensure police do not inappropriately target communities based on race or economic status.