Meta’s actions “adversely impacted” Palestinians’ rights: Access Now welcomes BSR findings
Access Now welcomes the release of BSR’s human rights due diligence findings that expose Meta’s rights-violating actions against people in Palestine.
Joint statement: civil society welcomes independent human rights assessment on Meta’s content moderation in Palestine and Israel
Through a joint statement, civil society commends BSR’s human rights assessment on Meta’s content moderation in Palestine and Israel.
Facing the consequences: Access Now welcomes legal action against NSO Group
Access Now welcomes a lawsuit filed against NSO Group for facilitating unlawful surveillance of French-Palestinian human rights defender, Salah Hammour.
NSO’s Pegasus surveilled Palestinian activists — it’s time for a moratorium on spyware sales
Access Now condemns the hacking of six Palestinian human rights defenders’ devices with NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware.
Human rights organizations condemn use of NSO Group’s Pegasus against Palestinians
The undersigned human rights organizations condemn the use of NSO’s Pegasus spyware against six Palestinian human rights defenders.
Cellebrite going public? Stop the deal!
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has approved Israeli surveillance firm Cellebrite’s Form F-4 Registration Statement, paving the way for Cellebrite going public with a NASDAQ listing. To smooth the process, Cellebrite published “Ethics & Integrity” statements. But the company has made no progress on demonstrating compliance with human rights. Neither investors nor NASDAQ should be swayed by these empty statements.
Enough is enough! States must intervene on NSO Group’s unchecked power
Access Now is appalled at NSO Group’s alleged involvement in human rights violations, and call on states to intervene on the surveillance company’s power.
Facebook’s secret rules about the word “Zionist” impede criticism of Israel
Sheikh Jarrah: Facebook and Twitter systematically silencing protests, deleting evidence
Facebook and Twitter are systematically silencing users protesting and documenting the evictions of Palestinian families from their homes in the neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah in Jerusalem.
Why Facebook’s proposed hate speech policy on Zionism would only add fuel to the fire
We oppose Facebook adding “Zionist” as a protected category for content moderation in the fight against anti-Semitism. It is likely to backfire, given the company’s inability to adhere to human rights principles in its content moderation practices.