Who are your digital rights heroes — or villains?

This year marks the third anniversary of the International Principles on the Application of Human Rights to Communications Surveillance (“the Principles”). The Principles provide guidelines for conducting communications surveillance in a way that respects human rights.

Nominate your heroes and villains HERE.

Every year, Access Now honors those who have championed human rights according to the Principles, and identifies those who have violated them — and we need your help! Today we are releasing the nomination form so you can tell us who your human rights heroes and villains are for the past year (starting from September 2015-present).

To make the nomination process easier, we’ve included a summary of each of the Principles in the nomination form itself. Here is the full text of the Principles.

Previous “heroes” from 2014 and 2015 include, among others, Professor Park Kyung-sin, MPs David Davis and Tom Watson, Netzpolitik, and Edward Snowden.