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Might as well quit now

Via Wired UK: It’s already too late to stop the ubiquitous tracking and monitoring of the public through biometrics, says Peter Waggett, Programme Leader at IBM’s Emerging Technology Group. We need to stop worrying about prevention, and start working out how to make the most of data garnered from that kind of surveillance. “We’re fighting […]


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The USA Freedom Act: A Step in the Right Direction

By: Michael Clayton Seemingly lost in the fold because of all the mess regarding Obamacare, last week, lawmakers introduced legislation to curtail the National Security Agency’s overreaching phone record collection program. The USA Freedom Act, as it is being touted, is a bipartisan effort authored by Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT) and Rep. James Sensenbrenner (R-WI). […]


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Libertarians co-opting anti-NSA rally?

On Monday, Salon published an article by Tom Watson which argued that liberals shouldn’t align with libertarians over the fight to roll back NSA surveillance. At issue is the Stop Watching Us rally, of which Campaign for Liberty is a proud coalition sponsor. The rally is bringing together a wide range of groups from all […]


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Campaign for Liberty Joins Rand Paul to Fight NSA

WASHINGTON, DC- Today, Campaign for Liberty joined Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) and other organizations in denouncing the Obama Administration’s unconstitutional surveillance programs affecting millions of innocent Americans. “Every American should be outraged at the federal government’s blatant disregard for the Fourth Amendment,” said C4L Vice President of Programs, Matt Hawes about this fight. “This type of sweeping surveillance would […]


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Ron Paul: We need to know more about what the government is doing

SPRINGFIELD, Virginia- Campaign for Liberty Chairman Ron Paul today again condemned reports that the Obama Administration is secretly collecting data from the phone and internet records of millions of Americans and called for more transparency in government: “The Fourth Amendment is clear; we should be secure in our persons, houses, papers, and effects, and all […]


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