Last week, faster than you can say, “Your software needs to be updated to iOS 8.3,” Apple defended its policy of barring people with felony records from working construction on its new Cupertino campus, and then rescinded it after an outpouring of public criticism.
Connecticut schools are becoming more integrated in contrast to a regional trend that is actually seeing more racial segregation, according to a new report from the Civil Rights Project at UCLA.
The ACLU of Connecticut is proud to announce David McGuire’s appointment as Legislative and Policy Director for the ACLU of Connecticut.
In 2011, for the 50th anniversary of Richard Nixon’s declaration of America’s “War on Drugs,” I wrote a roundup of some of the ways in which the War on Drugs has eroded privacy. Yesterday’s news about the DEA’s enormous program to collect Americans’ call records is a hell of an addition to the list.
In collaboration with senior staff, the intern will design and execute online engagement strategies for the ACLU of Connecticut.
The ACLU of Connecticut called for concrete steps to be taken following a bombshell report that confirmed racial bias in traffic stops.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Connecticut applauded a favorable vote in the Judiciary Committee to mandate a warrant in order to track people’s cell phones. The bill had support from both Republicans and Democrats in the Judiciary Committee.