American Civil Liberties Union
The program was ruled illegal, but it is still up and running temporarily.
The high court upheld a tool used to prove discrimination in housing cases.
The documents will stay secret, a judge declared Wednesday.
Sixty percent want changes to the post-9/11 national security law.
The app allows Californians to send video to their local ACLU chapter.
Sixty percent of U.S. millennials said they had heard or read about the NSA leaker.
Google, Apple and Facebook are joining forces with the ACLU.
The group says a TSA program "has given rise to allegations of racial profiling."
However, the Obama administration appears to be siding with GOP Sen. Richard Burr.
Pardons could help "establish, once and for all, that torture is illegal," the group said.
A case over the agency’s most controversial program heads to the D.C. Circuit.
New documents detail the key role the order plays in authorizing NSA’s operations.
Georgia is appealing a lower court decision that the group can adopt a road.
Advocacy groups want charges to be filed over "enhanced interrogation" methods.
The strange bedfellows are pressuring the Senate to reform the NSA.
Advocacy groups are warning against a "clean" reauthorization of the law.
Senate GOP leaders raised the prospect of renewing the Patriot Act without changes.
The ACLU had filed a complaint on behalf of a woman who said she was profiled.
The foundation behind Wikipedia has sued the NSA over its collection of Internet data.
The popular website claims NSA spying violates core constitutional protections.
The head of the Senate Intleligence Committee wants a controversial report back.
The groups want the court to allow "Innocence of Muslims" to return to YouTube.
Companies could be practicing a form of discrimination, the ACLU warned.
They want the Supreme Court to side with a man who posted violent rants on Facebook.