Huffington Post: Brooklyn Bridge Mass Arrest Lawsuit Can Proceed, Appeals Court Rules

Hundreds of people arrested on the Brooklyn Bridge in the early days of the Occupy Wall Street protests can proceed with their lawsuit against the police, a federal appeals court ruled Thursday.

Florida Weekly: Tories and troublemakers

Many were arrested, even though they protested peacefully on public streets and in public parks all over the country.


Common Dreams: Revealed — Gov't Used Fusion Centers to Spy on Occupy

U.S. government Fusion Centers, which operate as ill-defined "counter-terrorism" intelligence gathering and sharing centers, conducted spy operations against Occupy protesters involving police, the Pentagon, the FBI, military employees, and business people.

NY Times: Officials Cast Wide Net in Monitoring Occupy Protests

The documents show that people connected to the centers shared information about individual activists or supporters, and kept track of those who speculated in social media postings that the centers had been involved when police departments used force to clear Occupy camps.

McClatchy: No one is sure how public advocate at spy court would work

Serious questions shadow President Barack Obama’s proposal to add a public advocate to the secret court that oversees surveillance programs.

CNN: Anti-NSA activists don't like Obama speech

Serious questions shadow President Barack Obama’s proposal to add a public advocate to the secret court that oversees surveillance programs.

Politico: Edward Snowden pic coming to D.C. buses

The Partnership for Civil Justice Fund announced Wednesday that buses carrying ads with the National Security Agency leaker’s face next to the message, “Thank You Edward Snowden,” will be hitting the streets of the D.C. area next week.

Washington City Paper: Edward Snowden’s Face, Coming to a Bus Near You?

NSA leaker Edward Snowden may be in Russia, but his face could soon be rolling through the streets of D.C.

Huffington Post: Occupy Wall Street Lawsuits Seek Justice For Arrests, Pepper Spray Two Years Later

As Occupy Wall Street notched its second anniversary on Tuesday, many of its supporters marked another milestone: one more day pursuing lawsuits against New York City.