In light of the recent Supreme Court case that came out a couple weeks ago that found that GPS tracking constitutes a search under the Fourth Amendment, and therefore requires a warrant we wanted to go over your rights to protect your data if you end up in a situation where you record police misconduct on your phone.
The roughly 100 page report on police practices in Ferguson, MO details numerous ways in which the police department and court system in Ferguson have violated and continue to violate the U.S. Constitution.
The “FOIA Improvement Act of 2015” aims to make it easier for the public to obtain records and harder for federal agencies to hide records.
CLDC’s guide to using corporate logos, also known as brand jamming. This guide will help navigate trademark and copyright rules.
Links to FBI crime statistics, legal resources, other websites with information regarding constitutional rights.
Summaries of legal briefs used by the CLDC in past cases.
Training PowerPoints, brochures, pamphlets, zines, flyers, and other information
A panel discussion about the recent raids and subpoenas targeting activists in the Pacific NW Event is free, open to the public and disability affirmative! Grand Jury Resistance & Knowing […]