Hugh Handeyside

Hugh Handeyside is a staff attorney with the ACLU's National Security Project.

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Studies show that attacks against police officers are extremely rare and that white men carry out the overwhelming majority of those attacks. Views
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
Is the FBI Setting the Stage for Increased Surveillance of Black Activists?
A recently leaked FBI “ Intelligence Assessment ” contains troubling signs that the FBI is scrutinizing and possibly surveilling Black activists in its search for potential “extremists.” The report, which the FBI’s Counterterrorism Division prepared, identifies what it calls “Black Identity...
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Tuesday, April 11, 2017
'Extreme Vetting' of Visitors Poses an Extreme Threat to Our Principles and Our Security
We’ve heard a lot of rhetoric about “extreme vetting” of visitors to the United States since Donald Trump proposed it during the presidential campaign. While we still don't know precisely what the Trump administration means by the term, preliminary accounts of what it might entail make clear — no...
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Wednesday, November 30, 2016
Does What Happened to This Journalist at the US-Canada Border Herald a Darker Trend?
The recent abusive border search of a Canadian photojournalist should serve as a warning to everyone concerned about press freedom these days. Ed Ou is a renowned photographer and TED senior fellow who has traveled to the United States many times to do work for The New York Times , Time magazine ,...
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