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Brooklyn Bureau: NYPD Towers May Defuse Cop, Community Friction
How Free? Liberties In Post-9/11 New York
On Camera: Surveillance In Transit, Schools
Amid the Surge: Security On Display
Subway Searches Raise Questions Of Efficacy, Legality
Immigrants Felt Brunt of U.S. Reaction
For Justice System, 9/11 Aftershocks
Muslim Communities See Informers In Their Midst
The War on Terrorism—at the Library
Infiltration, Mass Arrests Mark Policing Of Protests
After WTC Attacks, More Surveillance at Work
From Jogging Tracks to Atlantic Yards, Everyone Loves the T-Word
At the Airport: No-Fly Lists and Behavior Analysis
Has Government Transparency Suffered?
Wiretapping Shrouded In Secrecy
Sometimes, Even Cops Don't Like Cops Taping Protests
About Handschu: 80s Case Still (Sort Of) Governs Surveillance
City Limits' 2008 investigation into the shift in residents' civic liberties and essential freedoms in New York City, following the 9/11 attacks.
The NYPD is no NSA, but the Bloomberg administration's intelligence gathering rankled many. How different will Mayor de Blasio's approach be?
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This annual report is the only report of its kind, and grades each member of the New York City Council on his or her record in promoting the human rights of New Yorkers. The analysis is based on votes and sponsorship of key legislation before the Council in the past twelve months.