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    The Fragmented Surveillance State

    Big data policing means that new privacy-invading technologies are now a local problem. Instead of one frightening big brother surveillance state, the reality is really more like thousands of little sisters and brothers (and cousins) all reporting fragmentary bits of bad behavior. The result may be no less oppressive, but the solutions to challenge this growing privacy threat are far more difficult.

    Administrative Associate

    The Administrative Associate position supports the IJ DC Office and National PREA Resource Center (PRC), a project which works nationally to end sexual abuse in confinement and is operated via a cooperative agreement between IJ and the U.S. Department of Justice. This position will provide administrative support primarily to the PRC’s Field Training Program, in addition to the PRC generally. Primary tasks include general project and office administration, systems and calendar management, event and travel planning, project data processing, file management and recordkeeping, and communications support.

    Why kids don’t belong on sex offender registry

    California took an important step toward ending the abusive practice of putting kids on sex offender registries when Gov. Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill 384, which allows juveniles to petition for their removal after five or 10 years.

    How Sex Offender Registries Impact Youth

    According to the Center on Youth Registration Reform’s estimates, Leah is one of the approximately 200,000 individuals placed on sex offender registries for actions they engaged in before they were 18 years old. Proponents of laws that require children to be placed on sex offender registries argue that providing the public this information will help people keep their families safe from harm. But many believe that including children on registries does much more harm than good.

    New Law Reforming California’s Sex Offender Registry is a Great First Step

    New Law Reforming California’s Sex Offender Registry is a Great First Step. Advocacy groups call to keep moving to fully eliminate the policy of placing kids on the registry.

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