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Free Press is part of a coalition of civil rights, privacy and technology groups sounding the alarm on racial bias in predictive policing.
Free Press' comments urge the Department of Homeland Security to abandon its plan to ask foreign visitors to the U.S. for information on their social media accounts.
In these comments, Free Press dismantles the arguments of opponents to the FCC's efforts to protect broadband-user privacy.
The Free Press Action Fund urged members of Congress to support Rep. Serrano's amendment to remove three anti-Net Neutrality provisions from an appropriations bill.
Free Press' comments urge the FCC to adopt privacy protections that build on the agency's 2015 decision to reclassify broadband access as a telecom service under Title II of the Communications Act.
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