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  1. ACLU Supports Bill to Slow Down Government Use of Technology that Invades Privacy

    January 23, 2004Press releasePrivacy & Technology
  2. ACLU Asks Charlottesville Police to Cease Near Random Collection of DNA from African-American Males

    April 12, 2004Press releaseCriminal Justice, Equality & Sex Discrimination, Privacy & Technology
  3. ACLU Praises Charlottesville Police for Temporary Suspension of DNA Dragnet, Offers Advice for New Rules

    April 15, 2004Press releaseCriminal Justice, Equality & Sex Discrimination, Privacy & Technology
  4. ACLU Asks House Committee Not to Ban Nudist Camps for Kids

    February 3, 2004Press releasePrivacy & Technology
  5. ACLU Says STD Testing Bill is Unconstitutional, Plans Legal Challenge if Approved by General Assembly

    February 12, 2004Press releaseCriminal Justice, Privacy & Technology
  6. ACLU of Virginia Asking Judge to Rule that State Law Criminalizing Adultery is Unconstitutional

    February 25, 2004Press releasePrivacy & Technology
  7. Richmond City Council Passes Anti-Patriot Act Resolution

    March 9, 2004Press releasePrivacy & Technology
  8. Governor Asked to Amend or Veto Bill Banning Nudist Camps for Juveniles

    March 29, 2004Press releasePrivacy & Technology
  9. “Surveillance-Industrial Complex” Aids Government Monitoring of Americans, ACLU Warns in New Report

    August 9, 2004Press releasePrivacy & Technology
  10. ACLU Challenges Virginia Ban on Teen Nudist Camps

    June 29, 2004Press releasePrivacy & Technology

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