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Court Grants Government Motion in EPIC Body Scanner FOIA Lawsuit
A federal district court has granted the Department of Homeland Security's motion to conclude one of EPIC's Freedom of Information Act lawsuits. EPIC was...more
EPIC Files Brief in Airport Body Scanner Case
EPIC has filed its reply brief in the suit to suspend the Department of Homeland Security's controversial airport body scanner program. The brief argues that "the TSA has acted...more
In Opening Brief, EPIC Urges Federal Appeals Court to Suspend Airport Body Scanner Program
EPIC has filed the opening brief in EPIC v. DHS, No, 10-1157, a case that challenges the unilateral decision of the TSA to make...more
EPIC Urges Massachusetts High Court to Protect Drivers From Warrantless Tracking by Law Enforcement, Warns of "Pervasive Mass Surveillance"
Today, EPIC filed a "friend of the court" brief in the Massachusetts Supreme...more
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