Fighting for Net Neutrality
Paid “fast lanes” for the internet undermine free expression and innovation. Internet access should be offered to everyone on a nondiscriminatory basis, without favoring certain websites, applications, services, or business models. We advocate for net neutrality to ensure access to a free and open internet around the world.
Civil society won’t back down: the fight for net neutrality continues in California
Internet service providers (ISPs) oppose SB 822, which grants California residents the best net neutrality protections in the United States.
We discuss two primary models for “zero rating” — both of which are a form of network discrimination and harm human rights.
In a letter to the EU, Access Now provides recommendations related to tech platforms and telecoms operators in the context of the war in Ukraine.
Human Rights 75 pledges and vision on the future of human rights
Access Now welcomes this opportunity to provide relevant information to the United Nations (UN) Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights to inform the High Commissioner’s Vision on the Future of Human Rights in the framework of the Human Rights 75 Initiative.
#StopSilencingPalestine: Meta must overhaul its biased content moderation
Access Now and the #StopSilencingPalestine campaign are again calling Meta to end its long history of censoring Palestinian voices.
Las personas migrantes en Latinoamérica están siendo vigiladas por sus gobiernos
Civil society joint statement: Europe’s (digital) borders must fall
Civil society is calling for an end to the expansion of EURODAC, the EU database for the registration of asxylum-seekers. EURODAC is being transformed into an expansive, violent surveillance tool that will treat people seeking protection as crime suspects.
#MigrarSinVigilancia es un frente común para resguardar los derechos humanos de las personas migrantes desde la protección de sus datos personales.
Open letter: Council of the E.U. risks failing human rights in the AI Act
Ahead of the next AI Act trilogue, the we urge the Council of the European Union to effectively regulate the use of AI systems by law enforcement, migration control and national security authorities throughout Europe.
Spyware in Serbia: civil society under attack
Access Now and our partners have discovered that civil society in Serbia have been targeted with invasive spyware technology. Here’s what we know.