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The Brennan Center and 54 other groups and security experts urged Senate leaders to oppose an upcoming cybersecurity bill that threatens Americans' privacy.
Michael German testified in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee about how current Justice Department guidelines fail to protect whistleblowers from retaliation.
The Brennan Center, along with 25 civil liberties groups, urged the Senate Intelligence Committee to fix several privacy gaps in an upcoming cybersecurity bill.
This resource page is intended to provide the journalists, policy-makers, and the public information about Countering Violent Extremism programs.
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.