US Supreme Court

  • Tuggle v. United States

    Whether the Fourth Amendment protects against warrantless long-term, continuous, and covert pole camera surveillance of the outside of a person’s home.

    • Fourth Amendment

    • Privacy Laws

    • Surveillance Oversight

    • Amicus Briefs

  • EPIC & Coalition Tell Supreme Court to Hear Warrantless Pole Camera Surveillance Case

    • Fourth Amendment

    • Privacy Laws

    • Surveillance Oversight

    • Updates

  • TransUnion LLC v. Ramirez

    Whether plaintiffs in FCRA and other privacy suits can establish standing based on a violation of their statutory rights.

    • Article III Standing

    • Consumer Privacy

    • Amicus Briefs

  • Facebook v. Duguid

    Whether the Telephone Consumer Protection Act prohibits use of mass telephone dialing systems that dial numbers from a database.

    • Consumer Privacy

    • Robocalls

    • Amicus Briefs

  • Van Buren v. United States

    Whether a police officer "exceeds authorized access" under the Computer Fraud & Abuse Act when they access personal information in a government database for an improper purpose.

    • Consumer Privacy

    • Government Databases

    • Surveillance Oversight

    • Web Scraping

    • Amicus Briefs

  • U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service v. Sierra Club

    Whether Exemption 5 of the Freedom of Information Act allows an agency to withhold documents reflecting the agency's position on another agency's proposed rule when the documents are never formally finalized and the proposed rule is later revised

    • Freedom of Information Act

    • Open Government

    • Amicus Briefs

  • Trump v. Vance

    Whether the NYC DA's grand jury subpoena for Trump's financial records, including his tax records, violates Article II and the Supremacy Clause of the United States Constitution

    • Access to Information

    • Democracy & Free Speech

    • Amicus Briefs

  • Georgia v. Public.Resource.Org

    Whether Georgia can copyright the state's official annotated code, which is the sole authoritative source of state law.

    • Access to Information

    • Democracy & Free Speech

    • Amicus Briefs

  • Kansas v. Glover

    Whether the Fourth Amendment allows police to stop a car when the only reason police have for the stop is that the car’s registered owner has a suspended license.

    • Fourth Amendment

    • Privacy Laws

    • Amicus Briefs

  • New York v. Department of Commerce (2020 Census Case)

    • Census Privacy

    • Democracy & Free Speech

    • Amicus Briefs