A new report documents the human impact of the NYPD’s sprawling Muslim surveillance program. Though there’s no evidence that the spying stopped acts of terrorism, the report found that it has stoked fear and mistrust in schools, neighborhoods—and mosques.
Results related to “profiling”
by Julianne Hing on July 20 2012, 10:50AM
The review conducted by two groups found that when it came to meeting basic requirements for the law, just two agencies out of the state’s 97 could say they were in compliance
by Jorge Rivas on February 24 2012, 11:19AM
The Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund has submitted Freedom of Information Law requests to obtain public information regarding the sources of funding for these NYPD initiatives.
On campuses all over the Northeast, horrified students are discovering they were targets of surveillance, simply because they joined a Muslim student group. But domestic religious profiling is now routine for both NPYD and the FBI.
by Jorge Rivas on September 15 2011, 12:46PM
An FBI training facility in Quantico, Virginia has been teaching agents that “any war against non-believers is justified” under Muslim law.
A watchdog’s suit is jarring open the once hidden, unregulated world of online surveillance.
Topics: Criminal Justice