Privacy From Government Surveillance and Digital Free Speech News
People have the right to keep their personal information private from unwarranted government surveillance. Sections 206, 207 and 215 of the PATRIOT ACT must sunset when they come up for reauthorization later this year. Lawmakers must also protect Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which is vitally important for facilitating online free speech. Congress should pass federal anti-SLAPP legislation that removes barriers that disincentivize free speech.