Don't deny you have documents about drones, court tells the CIA.
March 15, 2013 The CIA can no longer credibly argue that it can't even confirm it has such records, the court says.
Employers have been asking for prospective employees' Facebook username and passwords to do some extra research on whom they may be hiring.
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March 21, 2012 Robert Collins says he felt "violated" when the Maryland Department of Corrections asked to log in to his Facebook account during a job interview. He's now pushing back, working with lawmakers to bar employers from asking such a privacy-invading question.
December 13, 2011 Voting-rights groups are launching what could be the opening round in a lengthy legal challenge to new state laws requiring voters to show photo ID. The ACLU — along with the National Law Center on Homelessness and Poverty — filed suit in federal court claiming Wisconsin's new voter ID law is unconstitutional, the equivalent of a poll tax.
June 2, 2011 New rules in Florida that mandate drug tests for welfare recipients, new state government hires, and random testing of current state employees. The ACLU calls the actions unconstitutional. Gov. Rick Scott says Floridians should be assured that their tax money isn't supporting addiction.
Do you have words for these troopers?
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January 5, 2011 In one year, Pennsylvania state troopers issued more than 700 citations to people who used profanities.
October 9, 2007 What do you think constitutes torture?
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