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  1. Civil Rights Coalition Opposes Facial Recognition Technology in Letter to Detroit Board of Police Commissioners

    August 1, 2019Press releasePrivacy & Technology, Racial Justice, Immigrants' Rights
  2. Facial recognition technology is racially biased and threatens privacy. The Detroit Police Department has no place using it.

    August 1, 2019News updatePrivacy & Technology, Immigrants' Rights, Racial Justice
  3. Civil Rights Coalition Urges Detroit Board of Police Commissioners to Reject the Detroit Police Department’s Proposed Policy to Use Facial Recognition Technology

    September 17, 2019Press releasePrivacy & Technology, Racial Justice, Immigrants' Rights
  4. ACLU Condemns Detroit Board of Police Commissioners’ Vote to Approve Detroit Police Department’s Facial Recognition Technology Policy

    September 19, 2019Press releasePrivacy & Technology, Safe and Free
  5. Current Legal Docket

    September 24, 2019PageDue Process, Criminal Justice, Flint Water Crisis, Free Speech, Reproductive Freedom, The Nancy Katz & Margo Dichtelmiller LGBT Project, Immigrants' Rights, Prisoners' Rights, Privacy & Technology, Safe and Free, Religious Liberty, Search and Seizure, Disability Rights, Drug Policy, Student Rights, Emergency Manager, Racial Justice
  6. ACLU Furthers Investigation Into the Scope of Facial Recognition Activity in Michigan

    September 26, 2019Press releasePrivacy & Technology, Criminal Justice, Safe and Free
  7. Surveillance Isn’t Security, No Matter How It’s Sold

    September 30, 2019News updatePrivacy & Technology, Criminal Justice, Safe and Free
  8. ACLU of Michigan Legislative Report 2019

    December 20, 2019LegislationCriminal Justice, Reproductive Freedom, Immigrants' Rights, The Nancy Katz & Margo Dichtelmiller LGBT Project, Privacy & Technology, Racial Justice, Due Process, Women's Rights