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Weekly Round Up: March 23-March 27

Posted: Mar 27, 2015 |

From drone surveillance and cell phone tracking to prison-based gerrymandering and women's rights, we covered it all this week. 

#TBT to: The Birth of Gerrymandering

Posted: Mar 26, 2015 |Category: Voting Rights

In March 1812, the Boston Gazette coined the phrase gerrymander, and a cartoon depicting a salamander-like beast made up of the far-reaching towns of a newly created district in Massachusetts became the iconic cartoon of the practice. More than 200 years later, we’re taking on another kind of gerrymandering.

Our Privacy Rights Are Up In The Air

Posted: Mar 24, 2015 |Category: Privacy

There are drone film festivals, wedding photographer drones, drones that may soon be able to deliver your Amazon purchases, and even a Rhode Island Fire Drone. Yet, as drone hobbyists and business alike find new and innovative ways to use this technology, Rhode Island's laws lag woefully behind in understand that law enforcement has an equal or larger interest in using drone technology.

Blogging Your Rights

Posted: Mar 23, 2015 |

The American Civil Liberties Union of Rhode Island is always working to protect your fundamental rights and freedoms, but we don’t always have the opportunity to widely share what we are working on or our position on current issues impacting civil liberties. With our new blog, we hope to change that.

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