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Jacob J. Hutt

Jacob J. Hutt

Jacob J. Hutt is the William J. Brennan Fellow with the ACLU's Speech, Privacy, and Technology Project. Jacob is a graduate of Harvard College and New York University School of Law. 

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Is the Government Planning to Surveil Keystone XL Protesters?

Indigenous communities, in particular, have been historically over-policed and subject to unwanted governmental surveillance, with the surveillance of the Dakota Access Pipeline Spirit Camp one of many examples

Jacob J. Hutt ·


A TV Mega-Merger That’s Bad for the First Amendment

This unprecedented concentration of control, which contradicts the FCC’s own policies about how wide a broadcasting company’s reach can be, would stifle the diversity of views in the press that’s essential for a healthy democracy.

Jacob J. Hutt ·


How a Supreme Court Ruling Could Embolden Police Retaliation Against Political Speech

"If the probable cause rule becomes law nationwide, retaliatory arrest lawsuits—a primary tool for deterring police misconduct—will become much harder to win."

Jacob J. Hutt ·

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