#KeepItOn: Who is shutting down the internet in Ukraine?
Russia’s internet shutdowns in Ukraine are part of its war strategy. Here’s how Russia’s digital occupation is being carried out, and how global actors and activists can stand with Ukraine.
Uzbekistan region in information vacuum, authorities must #KeepItOn
Access Now is demanding an end to an information vacuum that is exacerbating social unrest in Karakalpakstan, an autonomous region of Uzbekistan.
U.S.-Canadian firm Sandvine fosters Russian censorship infrastructure
Sandvine has been providing Russia with DPI tech that enables surveillance and censorship. We call on Sandvine to withdraw its technology from Russia, and urge the U.S. to launch an investigation and pursue robust regulations for abusive technology.
Don’t help Putin and Lukashenko silence anti-war voices
Despots like Putin and Lukashenko rule by isolating and lying to their people. Here are four strategies to fight disinformation and protect anti-war voices in Russia and Belarus.
What the tech sector can do to respect human rights in Ukraine, Russia, Belarus, and beyond
As the Russia-Ukraine crisis escalates to war, the tech sector must do more than merely comply with sanctions. Here are our recommendations for mitigating human rights harms.
What Turkmenistan internet shutdowns tell us about digital repression in Central Asia
Turkmenistan internet shutdowns are extreme. Here’s why the international community must take action to combat the wave of online censorship engulfing Central Asia.
Jamaica’s NIDS bill: human rights recommendations dismissed, still time to rectify
Russia throttled Twitter to censor content — Here’s what happens next
Civil society reports internet shutdowns in two cities in Kazakhstan during February 28 protests
Multiple sources are reporting an internet shutdown in Kazakhstan coinciding with anti-government protests calling for the release of political prisoners.