July 30, 2012- American Civil Liberties Union affiliates in 38 states sent requests today to local police departments and state agencies that demand information on how they use automatic license plate readers (ALPR) to track and record Americans’ movements.
In a massive coordinated information-seeking campaign, 34 American Civil Liberties Union affiliates across the nation today are sending 379 requests to local law enforcement agencies large and small demanding to know when, why and how they are using cellphone location data to track Americans.
PHOENIX – Saying it will violate individual privacy rights and ignores the responsibilities of medical providers and pharmacists, the American Civil Liberties Union of Arizona today testified against a City of Peoria proposal to require fingerprinting at pharmacies when picking up certain prescriptions. 
This is intended as a guide to procedures and technologies you may encounter in your travels. If you encounter different policies at the airport or feel your rights are being violated, please contact the ACLU.
A new Department of Homeland Security report shows that TSA screeners are inadequately trained.
Fusion centers are raising many questions about privacy and government openness and must be carefully bounded and monitored to ensure that they remain a legitimate and effective law enforcement tool.
PHOENIX – The American Civil Liberties Union of Arizona will host a town hall meeting featuring national privacy experts who will discuss the interplay between cutting-edge technology and individual privacy rights.
PHOENIX - In light of the recent release of the Department of Homeland Security regulations for the Real ID Act, the American Civil Liberties Union of Arizona today issued a renewed call to Governor Napolitano and the Arizona Legislature to work together to reject the REAL ID Act, which would federalize state driver's licenses and create the nation's first-ever de facto national identity card system.
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