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  1. ACLU Says Division of Corrections' Revised Social Media Policy Remains Coercive and Violates 'Friends' Privacy Rights

    April 18, 2011Press releaseFree Speech, Privacy & Technology
  2. 2011 Legislative Report

    April 15, 2011Press releaseEducation, Housing Segregation and Economic Mobility, Immigrants' Rights, Free Speech, LGBTQ+ Rights, Privacy & Technology, Safe and Free, Education Funding, School Facilities, Student Achievement, Racial Justice, Disability Rights, Police Practices, Open Government, Youth Rights, Due Process, Voting Rights and Elections, Juvenile Justice, Criminal Justice, Gender and Sexuality Rights, Reproductive Freedom
  3. ACLU Responds to Maryland Division of Corrections' Revision of Invasive Social Media Policy

    April 6, 2011Press releaseFree Speech, Privacy & Technology

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