Privacy Rights Clearinghouse

The Privacy Rights Clearinghouse is a nonprofit consumer education, research, and advocacy program. Our publications empower you to take action to control your personal information by providing practical tips on privacy protection.

Privacy.Org is the site for daily news, information, and initiatives on privacy. This web page is a joint project of the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) and Privacy International.

The Privacy Forum

The PRIVACY Forum includes a moderated e-mail digest (and archive of those digests and related documents) for the discussion and analysis of issues relating to privacy (both personal and collective) in the information age. Topics include telecommunications, information and database collection and sharing, and a wide range of other privacy issues, as pertains to the privacy concerns of individuals, groups, businesses, government, and society at large. The manners in which both the conventional and the controversial concerns of business and government interact with privacy considerations are also topics for digest discussions.

Privacy Alert: The Suprynowski Letter

Aimed at helping you protect your vital personal and financial privacy in all aspects of your life, Privacy Alert has been praised by freedom fighters around the world as the best freedom-oriented newsletter in existence


Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act CALEA Implementation Section

The FCC on the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA)

CALEA compliance is a legal obligation imposed on all carriers covered by the statute. To assist carriers with designing a schedule for becoming CALEA-compliant, the FBI has developed a carrier Flexible Deployment Assistance program for circuit mode compliance. Note that this program has been discontinued for packet mode extension requests. The FCC encourages all carriers to consult with the FBI about program details.

Stop Carnivore NOW!

Federal wiretapping has gone too far. Free your ISP!

Papers Please

Meet Dudley Hiibel. He's a 59 year old cowboy who owns a small ranch outside of Winnemucca, Nevada. He lives a simple life, but he's his own man. You probably never would have heard of Dudley Hiibel if it weren't for his belief in the U.S. Constitution. One balmy May evening back in 2000, Dudley was standing around minding his own business when all of a sudden, a policeman pulled-up and demanded that Dudley produce his ID. Dudley, having done nothing wrong, declined. He was arrested and charged with "failure to cooperate" for refusing to show ID on demand. And it's all on video.

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