Meeting Reminder The Stop LAPD Spying Coalition invites you to be our our thought partner, strategic partner, and action partner in our effort to build a movement to expose and dismantle the surveillance state. Join us at our next General Coalition Meeting on TOMORROW, May 20th at 6:30pm at the Downtown UCLA Labor Center – 675 Park View Avenue, Los Angeles, Across the street … Continue reading Meeting TOMORROW

Update: Victory in Lincoln Heights – City Attempts to Hide

Follow the Coalition: General Coalition Meeting: Join us Tuesday, May 20th at 6:30pm.  Location: the Downtown UCLA Labor Center, 675 Park View Ave., Los Angeles, adjacent to MacArthur Park. Coalition News: Lincoln Heights Neighborhood Council moves with swift action    Another amazing and powerful move to end police surveillance by local community leaders occurred on … Continue reading Update: Victory in Lincoln Heights – City Attempts to Hide

Shut down the Spy Centers!

Hundreds of people across the country—Charlotte, Dallas, Los Angeles, Oakland, San Francisco, Washington, D.C., and others–gathered in their communities on Thursday April 10th to demand that fusion centers be shut down, de-funded, and Suspicious Activity Reports (SAR) released to their communities. In Los Angeles, over 150 Angelenos gathered outside the Joint Regional Intelligence Center also … Continue reading Shut down the Spy Centers!


National Day of Action Against Fusion Centers! Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Oakland, San Francisco & Washington D.C.   Info for the Local Event Thursday, April 10 at 10:30am View Imperial Hwy & Norwalk Blvd in a Google map Facebook Event:  Click here for the Endorsement Letter Download the flier here SHUT DOWN THE SPY CENTERS! #SARwars #STRIKEback #StopSPYING

The Public-Private Surveillance Partnership

By Bruce Schneier July 31, 2013 This essay also appeared in the The Memphis Commercial Appeal, Stuff, The Guardian Comment Is Free, and Veterans Today. Italian translation Imagine the government passed a law requiring all citizens to carry a tracking device. Such a law would immediately be found unconstitutional. Yet we all carry mobile phones. If the National … Continue reading The Public-Private Surveillance Partnership