As technology advances, we need to make sure that protections for privacy and free speech aren’t left behind. ACLU-TN works to expand the right to privacy, increase individuals’ control over their personal information, and ensure that civil liberties are enhanced rather than compromised by technological innovation.
Demand transparency from President Trump The public has a right to know if Trump has conflicts of interest that affect our government and our national security. ACLU has taken [...]
Take the People’s Oath Donald Trump was just sworn in as the 45th president of the United States. We don’t know what the first act of his presidency will [...]
Privacy - the right to be left alone - is one of our most cherished rights. The right to privacy protects personal information, reproductive choices, medical decisions, and freedom from [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 25, 2016 CONTACT Lindsay Kee, ACLU-TN communications director , (615) 320-7142 NASHVILLE – A bill has passed out of a House subcommittee this week that would [...]
(3:13-cr-00009, 6th Circuit Court of Appeals) Amicus Curiae Parties: ACLU-TN, ACLU, National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, Brennan Center for Justice at NYU School of Law, Electronic Frontier Foundation, Libertarian [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 12, 2015 CONTACT Lindsay Kee, communications director, 615-320-7142 Nashville – Ben Wizner, director of the national ACLU Project on Speech, Privacy and Technology and lawyer to [...]