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.
حجب الإنترنت في منطقة الشرق الأوسط وشمال إفريقيا في سنة 2022: تواصل للانتهاكات والإفلات من العقاب
قامت 11 دولة في منطقة الشرق الأوسط وشمال إفريقيا بفرض عمليات حجب للإنترنت في 37 مناسبة، حيث تصدّرت إيران هذه القائمة من خلال قطعها للإنترنت 18 مرة.
Internet shutdowns in MENA in 2022: continued abuses and impunity
In 2022, authorities across the Middle East and North Africa shutdown the internet 37 times — with Iran hitting the kill switch a staggering 18 times.
Five years in a row: India is 2022’s biggest internet shutdowns offender
In 2022, India shut down the internet at least 84 times — more than any country, for the fifth consecutive year. Read “Weapons of control, shields of impunity: Internet shutdowns in 2022.”
Resurging internet shutdowns in 2022: weapons of control, shields of impunity
Export bans alone won’t stop surveillance — we need a new global approach
The impact that surveillance technology has had on vulnerable individuals and members of at-risk communities demonstrates why comprehensive, systemic regulation of this industry is both necessary and urgent.
Open letter: response to Google on Project Dragonfly, China, and human rights
Access Now joins a global coalition calling on Google to drop development of censored search services in China.
China tips the scale of global cybersecurity by hoarding vulnerabilities
China’s delay in sharing technology flaws with the international community is likely to have a long-term negative impact on global cybersecurity.
Open letter to Google on plans to launch a censored search engine in China
The coalition letter asks Google to break its silence on the “Dragonfly” project and explain how it plans to protect human rights.