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Ads on NBA Jerseys By: Alex Abdou Personal Reflection Pictures Being an NBA fan personally, and watching almost every game that airs, I would be very upset if the organization were to implement these changes. It would be very disappointing to see a league, that already generates
About Alex Abdo: Alex’s primary focus is in Workers’ Compensation matters, where he has handled thousands of cases since 2005, appearing on behalf of claimants, insurance carriers, self-insureds, and municipalities at hearings and trials in Syracuse, Utica, Watertown, Binghamton, Rochester, Norwich
by Zachary Roth Alex Abdo, an ACLU legal fellow, writes about the new documents here. Among those documents, Abdo writes, are two November cables from a CIA field office to CIA headquarters requesting permission to destroy the tapes, ...
Alex Abdo is a Staff Attorney in the ACLU’s National Security Project. He is counsel in the ACLU’s challenge to the NSA’s phone-records program and has been involved in the litigation of cases concerning the Patriot Act, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, the International Emergency Economic Powers Act, and the treatment of detainees in Guantánamo... read more »
Alex Abdo is a senior staff attorney at the Knight First Amendment Institute. Prior to joining the Institute, he was a senior staff attorney at the ACLU. He has been at the forefront of litigation relating to NSA surveillance, encryption, anonymous speech …
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Alex Abdo @AlexanderAbdo. 23 Oct Facebook very obviously wants to control the narrative. It claims to support research into how its platform is affecting society, but its efforts have been glacial and inadequate Alex Abdo @AlexanderAbdo.
Alex Abdo The last case I argued at the ACLU just got decided—nearly 4 years later. It was a while in the making, but it's an important ruling on NSA surveillance. Read the opinion at the link, and read on here for a few of thoughts about the decision. 115d
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Alex Abdo Litigation Director. Alex Abdo is the inaugural Litigation Director of the Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University. He has been involved in the conception and litigation of nearly all of the Institute’s legal challenges.
ALEX ABDO: Internationally, it means that Apple will have a very, very hard time resisting similar demands from repressive regimes. If Apple allows the government to force it to build one of these backdoors, every government in the world is going to come knocking.
Alex Abdo (Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University) Ryan Alexander (Hyphen Strategies, LLC) Danielle Brian (Project On Government Oversight) Chip Gibbons (Defending Rights and Dissent) Michael Halpern (Union of Concerned Scientists) Karen Hobart-Flynn (Common Cause) Kel McClanahan (National Security Counselors)
· Alex Abdo: I think that's right . Yeah. Can I respond to one thing that Stewart just said? John Donvan: Yes. Alex Abdo: And something that, P rofessor Yoo said as well, which is that we shouldn't trust courts to safeguard our individual rights . And I think that reflects a fundamental misunderstanding about what the Bill of Rights is about.
by Alex Abdo. December 20, The Department of Justice recently released a series of decades-old legal opinions, drafted by the Office of Legal Counsel (OLC), to support its recent assertion that former White House Counsel Don McGahn is immune from congressional subpoena.