Tag:Electronic Frontier Foundation

10th Circuit Affirms Terrorism Convictions Despite Challenges Over Surveillance, Trial Delays

The 10th Circuit upheld a Colorado man's terrorism convictions, rejecting his argument that the government unconstitutionally spied on him.

Colorado Supreme Court Finds Prolonged Pole Camera Surveillance Unconstitutional

The Colorado Supreme Court found that long-term video surveillance of a suspect’s yard was a warrantless search under the Fourth Amendment.

The Implications of Social Contact Tracing

Just as the U.S. economy won’t immediately spring back from the damage done by the coronavirus, companies won’t return straight to normal operations after...

When Private Information Becomes Public

The technological landscape has become increasingly conducive to sharing all kinds of information — personal or otherwise. But recent developments shed light on the...