Privacy

CONCORD, N.H. (Oct. 25, 2018) – On Nov. 6, New Hampshire voters will have an opportunity to say “yes” to privacy and set the stage to undermine the federal surveillance state. A constitutional amendment establishing the protection of privacy rights will appear on the New Hampshire ballot. If passed, Question 2 would add the following language […]

A Massachusetts State Police tweet appears to have inadvertently revealed law enforcement surveillance of certain political groups.  Last month, multiple natural gas explosions rocked three towns north of Boston. As the disaster unfolded, the state police tweeted an update from the “MSP Watch Center” that included a screenshot from a computer plotting the location of the […]

LANSING, Mich. (Oct. 12, 2018) – A bill introduced in the Michigan Senate would allow customers to opt out of installing “smart meter” technology on their homes and businesses without penalty. Passage of this bill would enable Michigan residents to protect their own privacy, and it would take a step toward blocking a federal program […]

WASHINGTON (Oct. 8, 2018) – The U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) plans to expand a surveillance program that tracks the location of millions of everyday people through pictures of their license plates. According to federal contracting data, the DEA will expand the footprint of its license plate tracking program with automatic license plate readers (ALPRs) connected […]

I recently appeared on The Sherry Voluntary Show to discuss the latest news regarding the privacy and surveillance campaign of We See You Watching Lexington. The goal of our activism is to get an ordinance passed in my hometown of Lexington, Kentucky, that will provide accountability and oversight for the use of all government surveillance […]