Thank You, Edward Snowden

Thank You, Edward Snowden The U.S. government is threatening to send whistleblower Edward Snowden to prison for life. But millions stand behind him. << >>

FBI Documents Reveal Secret Occupy Monitoring

FBI Documents Reveal Secret Occupy Monitoring The PCJF has obtained documents showing surveillance against the Occupy movement as early as August 2011. << >>

Fighting for No Restrictions on the Morning-After Pill

Fighting for No Restrictions on the Morning-After Pill A lawsuit to remove all restrictions on emergency contraception for all women and girls in the United States. << >>

Covert National Mass Surveillance Grid Exposed

Covert National Mass Surveillance Grid Exposed Working together we can halt this operation. With exposure and concerted public opposition, this program can be stopped. << >>

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Former CIA analyst Ray McGovern sues State Dept. for Putting Him on Watch List

Lawsuit Challenges Brutal Arrest at Clinton speech
The Partnership for Civil Justice Fund has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit on behalf of former CIA analyst Ray McGovern challenging his brutal arrest at a speech by Hillary Clinton, and his subsequent placement on a State Dept. watch list. more >>

'Thank You Ed Snowden' bus featured in Australia's mass surveillance debate

24,000 Letters to Congress Against Mass Surveillance
On Tuesday, 'The Day We Fight Back,' people all across the country sent letters to and called Congress demanding an end to the mass surveillance system. more >>

Feb 11: The Day We Fight Back

February 11 is 'The Day We Fight Back,' a day of nationally coordinated action against dragnet surveillance that promises to be the largest in history. A broad range of civil liberties organizations are participating. more >>

NSA Programs Have No Constitutional Leg to Stand On

PCJF statement on Oversight Board report
The Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board's report, calling for an end to bulk surveillance collection, confirms that the Pentagon's NSA mass surveillance program, and President Obama's fundamental endorsement of it, does not have a constitutional leg to stand on. more >>

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