The Brennan Center and affiliated privacy and civil liberties groups recently sent a letter to the State Department urging the United States to affirm its commitment to privacy protections in an upcoming review of the U.S.'s human rights record.
In testimony submitted to a Senate Judiciary Committee subcommittee, the Brennan Center outlined ideas to reform the nation’s voting system, strengthen voting protections, reform the criminal justice system, and protect national security.
How and under what circumstances are U.S. intelligence agencies allowed to collect your data? Where does Americans' data go once they collect it? In this collection of resources, the Brennan Center sheds a much-needed light on how the government is collecting, sharing, and storing data that is not immediately relevant to counterterrorism efforts.
The Brennan Center, along with more than 100 groups, asked President Obama to close loopholes and clarify ambiguities in the Justice Department's 2003 guidance that prohibits racial profiling by federal law enforcement.
FBI director James Comey criticized Apple for encrypting new smartphones, but shouldn't companies put their customers' privacy concerns first? Faiza Patel weighs in on the New York Times' Room for Debate.