International law grants governments the ability to temporarily suspend most civil rights during a state of emergency. That’s how state governments in the U.S. can issue lockdown orders — essentially […]
Ken Klippenstein’s FOIA-fueled jabs at the powerful
In late October, The Daily Beast ran a story exposing the political connections of Whitefish Energy, an obscure company that somehow secured a $300 million contract to restore electricity in hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico. […]
Cybersecurity Bill — Less secure for personal information?
Sue Udry, Executive Director of the Defending Dissent Foundation and Acting Director of Bill of Rights Defense Committee, discusses the proposed congressional bill S.754 – Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act of […]