White House Executive Order on AI: a step forward on civil rights, but Congress must pass privacy law
Access Now calls on the Biden-Harris Administration to protect human rights from bad data practices and algorithmic discrimination.
El Salvador: how dirty data entraps immigrants to the U.S.
The U.S. is using unreliable information from El Salvador for immigration processes, entrapping innocent immigrants. It’s time to stop dirty data-sharing agreements, reform the process, and protect people’s rights.
Rights groups call for investigation: U.S. relies on unreliable information in immigration screening and adjudications
Organizaciones de derechos humanos piden investigación sobre intercambio de información entre Estados Unidos y gobiernos autoritarios para procesos migratorios
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.
The U.S. must outlaw deceptive designs
Access Now is proactively providing principles for lawmakers seeking to regulate deceptive interface designs in the U.S.
Attention Amazon: your shareholders want you to protect human rights
As Big Tech’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) season approaches, Amazon shareholders are pushing for changes to protect human rights. Here are the shareholder proposals we support.
Access Now joins the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights
Access Now has joined the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights (LCCHR), a long-standing coalition of more than 230 organizations committed to advancing and protecting all persons’ civil and human rights in the United States.