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  1. Huffington Post: No, Illinois Did Not Just Pass A Law Making It Illegal To Record Police Officers

    December 11, 2014News updateFirst Amendment Advocacy, Police Practices and Racial Justice, Government Accountability and Personal Privacy
  2. How the ACLU helped Reform Chicago

    March 25, 2011News updateFirst Amendment Advocacy, Open Government, Police Practices and Racial Justice
  3. Across the Country: Eavesdropping Laws Applied to Audio-Recording Police in Public

    May 13, 2011News updateFirst Amendment Advocacy, Police Practices and Racial Justice
  4. Chicago Tribune: Slope not that slippery in case of San Francisco cellphone shutdown

    August 16, 2011News updateFirst Amendment Advocacy, Police Practices and Racial Justice
  5. Chicago Tribune: Woman who recorded cops acquitted of felony eavesdropping charges

    August 26, 2011News updateFirst Amendment Advocacy, Police Practices and Racial Justice
  6. Huffington Post: Illinois Eavesdropping Law Supported By Influential Circuit Judge

    September 14, 2011News updateFirst Amendment Advocacy, Police Practices and Racial Justice
  7. Daily Illini: Privacy should not be expected by police

    September 22, 2011News updateFirst Amendment Advocacy, Police Practices and Racial Justice, Government Accountability and Personal Privacy
  8. Chicago Tribune: State's eavesdropping law faces growing challenges

    January 3, 2012News updateFirst Amendment Advocacy, Police Practices and Racial Justice
  9. Chicago Tribune: Chicago police won't enforce eavesdropping law during NATO summit, city says

    May 2, 2012News updateFirst Amendment Advocacy, Police Practices and Racial Justice
  10. Statement on media reports of police spying on protest groups

    April 10, 2016News updateFirst Amendment Advocacy, Police Practices and Racial Justice, Government Accountability and Personal Privacy

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