Poverty in the U.S.? Yes — and it’s a digital rights issue
16 Nov 2017 •
We’re asking the United Nations to examine barriers to internet access, invasion of privacy for welfare recipients, and the targeted surveillance of immigrant, poor, and minority communities.
NSO Group “in like Flynn”? We must bring surveillance tech out of the shadows
21 Aug 2017 •
A spyware scandal may go all the way to the top echelons of U.S. power.
DreamHost disrupts U.S. DOJ plan for mass spying. Others should do the same.
17 Aug 2017 •
The expansive U.S. order stands in contravention of our fundamental rights to privacy and freedom of expression.
Victims of NSO Group malware attacks deserve more than silence and complicity
14 Aug 2017 •
Surveillance and tracking complement and facilitate threats, torture, and murder. We need more action, not words, to stop the human rights violations.
Scandinavia and Africa innovate while U.S. firms lose ground on transparency
3 Aug 2017 •
We’re seeing innovation in transparency reporting, and not always from the usual suspects. Here’s how Telia and Liquid Telecom are charging ahead.
Access Now and EU orgs tell FCC: strengthen, don’t kill, Net Neutrality regs
18 Jul 2017 •
Here’s why we need to keep Title II protections for Net Neutrality in the U.S. — and build on them.
Access Now at the United Nations: spyware in UAE, surveillance in France, and shutdowns in Africa
14 Jul 2017 •
Read our submissions to the United Nations on digital rights in Israel, the UAE, France, Burundi, and Mali.