Tuesday, 1 August 2006

"Papers, please!"

Effective today, in addition to my ongoing writing for my books and this Web site and my other activities, I’m joining the Identity Project (PapersPlease.org) of the First Amendment Project as a travel expert and consultant.

I’m delighted to be joining the IDP team of friends, with whom I look forward to continuing and expanding my research and advocacy for the rights of travellers to be free from the intrusions, restrictions, and chilling effects of unwarranted domestic and international travel checkpoints, demands for identification and credentials, detention, search, harassment, and other interference with the freedom of assembly and other rights that (in the USA) are supposed to be guaranteed by the First Amendment to the Constitution.

I’ll have more details on what I’m doing, and how you can help, as the project moves forward.

Link | Posted by Edward on Tuesday, 1 August 2006, 20:53 ( 8:53 PM)
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