Executive Order Allowing Groups Of 10 To Gather In New York Met With Some CriticismCity councilman Mark Levine, chair of the health committee, tweeted, "This shocking order, forced by a lawsuit, changes nothing about the risks associated with group gatherings - especially those held indoors."
Criminal Justice Reform Advocates Say New Discovery Laws Not To Blame For Death Of Witness On Long IslandNassau Police laid out a timeline that implicated new laws about revealing evidence for trials called discovery.
Police, NYCLU Face Off In Court Over Use Of Cellphone-Tracking StingraysHow much should the NYPD have to reveal about surveillance technology that can track your cellphone without knowing it.
New York Eyes 'Textalyzer' To Combat Distracted DrivingThe legislation that would allow police to a use a "textalyzer" to determine if a driver had been using a mobile device in the moments before a crash.
Racial Disparity Seen In Use Of Handcuffs In Schools, NYCLU Study SaysCivil rights advocates have been looking over school safety data, and said they have found some troubling trends along racial lines.
Complaint: NYC Police Violate Rights By Telling Homeless To MoveNew York City police are violating homeless people's rights by ordering them to "move along'' in public places, according to a civil liberties group.
NYCLU Raises Alarm Over Use Of Stingray Data Collection Devices By PoliceThe New York Civil Liberties Union is raising concerns over privacy issues with an NYPD crime-fighting tool known as the Stingray.
Teenage Immigrant Illegally Barred From Attending New York School, Family ClaimsThe family of a teenage immigrant student claims he has been illegally barred from attending Mamaroneck High School, according to a petition filed Wednesday by the New York Civil Liberties Union.
NYCLU Head Concerned About Free Wi-Fi PrivacyThe head of the New York Civil Liberties Union is expressing concerns about the privacy of people using free Wi-Fi throughout the city.
Report: NYPD Has Used Secretive Cell Tracking Technology More Than 1,000 Times Since 2008According to data released by the New York Civil Liberties Union, the New York Police Department has used secretive cellphone tracking technology more than 1,000 times since 2008.
Report: Civilian Complaints Of NYPD Misconduct Jump Nearly 70 PercentLast year saw 531 cases of wrongdoing substantiated -- up from 315 in 2014.