Defending the right to privacy globally: 8 key recommendations for the digital age
25 Apr 2018 •
Our submission to the United Nations on “the right to privacy in the digital age” details ways that governments can protect this fundamental right.
Watching what governments do, not what they say: digital rights at the United Nations
11 Apr 2018 •
Our submissions to the United Nations Human Rights Council provide evidence of digital rights abuse in Chad, Central African Republic, China, Mexico, and Jordan.
Internet Democracy Project: Fighting gendered surveillance and access disparities in India
28 Mar 2018 •
The Internet Democracy Project, based in New Delhi, documents how technology can deepen the scrutiny that women are subject to in the digital age, and fights back against gender-based restrictions to privacy and free expression.
The gender of surveillance: how the world can work together for a safer internet
6 Feb 2018 •
For gender equality by 2030, civil society and governments need to collaborate on preventing gendered surveillance.
Access Now responds to Special Rapporteur Kaye on “Content Regulation in the Digital Age”
11 Jan 2018 •
Governments are coercing private internet intermediaries to police and regulate online content. Here’s how companies can meet their obligation to respect human rights.