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In a recent announcement, the American Civil Liberties Union warned against the likely ineffectiveness of and danger to average Americans posed by the vast cyber-surveillance system known as Total Information Awareness (TIA).
The Denver Police Department planned to receive intelligence information from the Air Force Office of Special Investigations (OSI) about the identities and activities of participants in a peaceful demonstration outside Peterson Air Force Base in Colorado Springs in 1999, according to a document from the Denver Police Spy Files released today by the American Civil Liberties Union Foundation of Colorado (ACLU). The document is available on the ACLU's web site at www.aclu-co.org.
The American Civil Liberties Union Foundation of Colorado (ACLU) today released documents revealing that the Colorado Springs Police Department has collected intelligence information on the free speech activities of peaceful critics of government policy and has sent its information directly to the Denver Police Department for inclusion, with other information about First Amendment activities in Colorado Springs, in the controversial Denver Police Spy Files.
AFTER ACLU ENTERS CASE, COLORADO SPRINGS DROPS EFFORT TO OBTAIN GAG ORDER AGAINST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER Full Story >
The American Civil Liberties Union Foundation of Colorado (ACLU) reported success today in stopping the City of Colorado Springs from obtaining a court order that would have prevented the Colorado Springs Independent from publishing information about a Colorado Springs police officer.
The American Civil Liberties Union Foundation of Colorado (ACLU) announced today that its lawyers will appear Friday in state district court in Colorado Springs to argue that a Colorado Springs alternative weekly newspaper should not be subjected to a court order forbidding it to publish information about a Colorado Springs police officer.
The American Civil Liberties Union Foundation of Colorado (ACLU) announced today a settlement agreement that ends a four-and-a-half-year legal battle between law students and the Colorado Board of Law Examiners over the questions it poses to bar applicants. The lawsuit, filed by the ACLU on behalf of law students and the ACLU chapter at the Denver University School of Law, alleged that the Board violated the Americans for Disabilities Act (ADA) and the constitutional right of privacy by requiring applicants to the Colorado bar to answer broad-ranging questions about any past history of substance abuse or any past history of treatment for mental or emotional disorders.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Colorado (ACLU) announced the settlement today of a lawsuit filed in 2000 to challenge a Colorado rule that required kennel workers in the Greyhound racing industry to submit samples of their urine to be tested for drugs.
AS GRADUATION APPROACHES, KIOWA COUNTY FAMILY ASKS COURT TO END SCHOOL-SPONSORED RELIGIOUS EXERCISES Full Story >
An Eastern Colorado family who has asked the American Civil Liberties Union of Colorado (ACLU) for help in ending religious exercises in a Kiowa County public school is expected to testify in federal district court this Friday, the ACLU said today.