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Brazil must hold digital platforms accountable using human rights standards

3 Aug 2023
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Brazil must hold digital platforms accountable using human rights standards
3 Aug 2023
Brazil must hold digital platforms accountable using human rights standards
DRC internet. #KeepItOn

Who is shutting down the internet in 2023? A mid-year update

6 Jun 2023

Since the beginning of 2023, governments around the world are discovering new reasons to disrupt internet access during key national moments.

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Who is shutting down the internet in 2023? A mid-year update
6 Jun 2023
Who is shutting down the internet in 2023? A mid-year update
Nuevo análisis: Empresas que distribuyen tecnologías de vigilancia en LATAM no ofrecen transparencia en cuanto a su impacto en los derechos humanos

Nuevo análisis: Las empresas que distribuyen tecnologías de vigilancia en LATAM no ofrecen transparencia en materia derechos humanos

26 Apr 2023
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Nuevo análisis: Las empresas que distribuyen tecnologías de vigilancia en LATAM no ofrecen transparencia en materia derechos humanos
26 Apr 2023
Nuevo análisis: Las empresas que distribuyen tecnologías de vigilancia en LATAM no ofrecen transparencia en materia derechos humanos
Nuevo análisis: Empresas que distribuyen tecnologías de vigilancia en LATAM no ofrecen transparencia en cuanto a su impacto en los derechos humanos

Remote biometric surveillance in Latin America: Are companies respecting human rights?

21 Mar 2023

Companies must address their impact on human rights and concerns raised by impacted communities or individuals.

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Remote biometric surveillance in Latin America: Are companies respecting human rights?
21 Mar 2023
Remote biometric surveillance in Latin America: Are companies respecting human rights?
Zimbabwe elections 2023, internet shutdowns

Apagones de internet en América Latina y el Caribe: ataques a la libertad de expresión en Brasil y Cuba

20 Mar 2023

En 2022, las autoridades bloquearon el internet en 35 países al menos 187 veces. Cuba y Brasil lo hicieron al menos tres veces en total.

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Apagones de internet en América Latina y el Caribe: ataques a la libertad de expresión en Brasil y Cuba
20 Mar 2023
Apagones de internet en América Latina y el Caribe: ataques a la libertad de expresión en Brasil y Cuba
Access Now and the #KeepItOn coalition's report unpacks internet shutdowns in Eastern Europe and Central Asia, and globally.

Resurging internet shutdowns in 2022: weapons of control, shields of impunity

28 Feb 2023
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Resurging internet shutdowns in 2022: weapons of control, shields of impunity
28 Feb 2023
Resurging internet shutdowns in 2022: weapons of control, shields of impunity
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#KeepItOn: 2022 elections and internet shutdowns watch

26 Sep 2022

Elections and internet shutdowns are a disaster for democracy. See which countries the #KeepItOn coalition is watching in 2022.

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#KeepItOn: 2022 elections and internet shutdowns watch
26 Sep 2022
#KeepItOn: 2022 elections and internet shutdowns watch

#PorQuéNosVigilan

19 Jul 2022

Las herramientas usadas para identificarnos, individualizarnos y rastrearnos donde vayamos son inherentemente incompatibles con los derechos humanos y las libertades civiles. Únete a la campaña para exigir respuestas a las empresas que las fabrican sobre #PorQuéNosVigilan.

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#PorQuéNosVigilan
19 Jul 2022
#PorQuéNosVigilan
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#KeepItOn: 2022 elections and internet shutdowns watch

24 Feb 2022

Elections and internet shutdowns are a disaster for democracy. See which countries the #KeepItOn coalition is watching in 2022.

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#KeepItOn: 2022 elections and internet shutdowns watch
24 Feb 2022
#KeepItOn: 2022 elections and internet shutdowns watch

Brazil’s Restrictive New Social Media Rules Could Be an Omen For the Future of the Internet

10 Sep 2021
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Brazil’s Restrictive New Social Media Rules Could Be an Omen For the Future of the Internet
10 Sep 2021
Brazil’s Restrictive New Social Media Rules Could Be an Omen For the Future of the Internet