How to get rid of targeted ads on TikTok (only in the EU)
If you are in the EU, here are the simple three steps to opt out from TikTok’s targeted ads.
Civil society to the UK Foreign Office: Free human rights defender Alaa Abd El-Fattah
Civil society letter to the UK Foreign Office urging them to secure the release and transfer Alaa to the UK as he continues his hunger strike
UK Foreign Office must protect its citizens — intervene and #FreeAlaa today
Access Now and a coalition of civil society organisations call on the UK Foreign Office to secure Alaa’s release and safe transfer to the UK. #FreeAlaa
Australian digital rights organizations defend encryption
Access Now and Digital Rights Watch call on Facebook to resist “Five Eyes” government over-reach and breach of basic human rights and ensure their users private communications and the best possible security online.
If a U.S.-U.K. CLOUD Act agreement fails to protect our rights, the risks could go global
A new CLOUD Act agreement without added protections risks letting U.K. law enforcement use its own vast authority to demand the data of users all over the world, without a check by U.S. courts.
“Five Eyes” governments respond to coalition demands to stop undermining encryption
Here’s a status update on the Five Eyes governments’ positions on encryption.
Telefonica opens up as transparency standards improve
The latest transparency reports and civil society work show the practice is growing up.
The UK Parliament shows disregard for digital rights by approving Snooper’s Charter
The UK has codified and expanded mass government surveillance, making people less free and less safe.
Internet shutdowns, attacks on encryption harm human rights in Brazil, India, U.K.
Our UPR submissions to the United Nations highlight risks to digital rights in Brazil, India, and the U.K.