ACLU warns on proposal to broaden state wiretap law

The following statement may be attributed to Gavi Wolfe, legislative counsel for the American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts.

Podcast contest welcomes student entries on civil liberties

Inspired by the ACLU of Massachusetts Civil Liberties Minute™, judges will choose three entries to broadcast on radio stations WHMP and 93.9 The River (WRSI) and share online.

First Circuit rules on ACLU challenge to religious restrictions on trafficking victims' program

Court dismisses case as moot after Feds refuse to renew Catholic Bishops on government contract.

Swartz death highlights disconnect between technology, law and liberty

The suicide of internet and social-justice activist Aaron Swartz on January 11, 2013 has raised many questions, which ACLU of Massachusetts executive director Carol Rose and Kade Crockford, director of our Technology for Liberty project, explore in "On Liberty" on

Blog: Why did the Massachusetts US Attorney's office persecute Aaron Swartz?

Civil rights groups seek reopening of inquiry into shooting death of teen by New Bedford police

Evidence in report on the killing of 15-year-old Malcolm Gracia does not support conclusion that shooting was justified. Stop by New Bedford police challenged as unconstitutional.