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Coalition Letter: U.S. Government Watchlisting
Lawsuit Over Federal Watch List
Oregon Court Rules “No Fly List” Violates Due Process
Latif Summary Judgment Decision
Victory in no fly list case: Latif v Holder Opinion and Order
Washington Journal: Terrorist Watch Lists
Amicus Brief in Latif et al. v. Holder (United States District Court, District of Oregon, Portland Division)
Arguing that the government should provide information to travelers who have already been informally advised of their watch list status about the reasons for placement on the list and give them a meaningful opportunity to challenge their inclusion.
Amicus Brief in Latif et al. v. Holder (United States District Court, District of Oregon, Portland Division)
Arguing that the government should provide information to travelers who have already been informally advised of their watch list status about the reasons for placement on the list and give them a meaningful opportunity to challenge their inclusion.
Coalition Letter to Senate Intelligence Leadership Urging Removal of FOIA Exemption for Watch Lists from Intelligence Reauthorization Act
Coalition of NGOs urges removal of provision that would create FOIA exemption for "terrorist identity information," type of watch lists.
Promoting Accuracy and Fairness in the Use of Government Watch Lists
Liberty and Security Committee report examines government use of terrorist watch lists and makes recommendations for limiting use of lists, improving accuracy of lists and providing redress for those challenging listings.
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