Am I Being Tracked
Am I Being Tracked (AIBT) is an Access Now project in 2014 that allowed users to test if their devices were tracked by their mobile carriers.
Canada’s online censorship plan endangers free expression
Access Now calls on the Canadian government to fix its online censorship plan, an attack on freedom of expression.
Celebrating the achievements of RightsCon Toronto
While planning for RightsCon Tunis 2019 is well underway, we want to celebrate with you the many achievements of RightsCon Toronto. Check out video highlights and the official outcomes report here.
How to connect with RightsCon Toronto from anywhere
We’re excited to welcome your participation in RightsCon Toronto on May 16-18, whether in person or online!
RightsCon Toronto: Make a local impact & support future changemakers
As part of our partnership with Betterplace, we are offering this year’s RightsCon participants an opportunity to make a meaningful impact in the Toronto community where we have gathered.
The RightsCon Toronto Survival Guide: Making the most of your RightsCon experience
Think of this post as your RightsCon Toronto cheat sheet. Everyone’s RightsCon experience will be different — tailored to their work and interests. Here’s how to make it work for you.
Digital Rights 102: Highlighting the issues affecting Canadians
Technology is changing our relationship to privacy and other human rights. In the lead-up to RightsCon Toronto, we look at issues that Canadians are now facing.
Digital Rights 101: Understanding how technology affects human rights for all
Technology is shaping the way organizations and communities operate. If you or your nonprofit haven’t started thinking about digital rights, here’s why you should.
RightsCon Toronto: draft program, speakers, and more
Our initial draft list of sessions gives you a taste of what’s to come at this year’s RightsCon in Toronto!