Release Type: Press Releases
Keep people connected in Senegal
Access Now calls on the government of Senegal to immediately restore access to WhatsApp and Twitter, and keep people connected.
Internet shutdown in Mauritania: stop the abuse, turn it on
Following reports of a nationwide block on mobile internet access in Mauritania, Access Now urges authorities to immediately reconnect the country.
Spyware in warfare: Access Now documents first-time use of Pegasus tech in Azerbaijan-Armenia conflict
Breaking: NSO Group’s Pegasus spyware is being used as a weapon in the Azerbaijan-Armenia conflict.
Arrêtez de couper l’internet en Guinée : les autorités doivent garder internet accessible pendant les manifestations
Access Now et la coalition #KeepItOn condamnent fermement les coupures d’internet et la censure des médias dans le pays.
Organizaciones de sociedad civil denuncian la persecución del activista venezolano Oscar Costero
Stop shutting down the internet in Guinea: authorities must #KeepItOn amidst protest
Access Now and the #KeepItOn coalition strongly condemn the internet shutdowns and media censorship in the country.
Five years and counting: GDPR faces a make-or-break moment over enforcement
In “Five years under the GDPR: An implementation progress report” Access Now explores how the GDPR could finally become a success.
Section 230 survives another challenge: U.S. Supreme Court rulings protect free expression online
The U.S. Supreme Court’s rulings today in Twitter v. Taamneh and Gonzalez v. Google, a pair of cases centered on whether social media companies could be held liable for the terrorist content hosted and recommended via algorithm on their platforms, represent a major win for digital rights.