Human rights leaders at Davos 2022: spyware is a weapon — PRESS CONFERENCE
Date and time: Wednesday 25 May, 2022, 10:15 – 10:45 CET
Access Now welcomes Javier Pallero as new Policy Director
New study: Jordanian ISPs violate customers’ privacy
Customer privacy is routinely violated by the most prominent Jordanian ISPs, reveals a study conducted by ImpACT International for Human Rights Policies (London) and Access Now.
Changes to Australia’s criminal code will create a new class of internet censorship
Australia’s government have announced the introduction of a new bill that would impose criminal liability on executives of social media platforms if they fail to remove “abhorrent violent content.” The hastily drafted legislation could have serious unintended consequences for human rights in Australia.
Dirty tricks reported during Malaysian election
Reports through our Digital Security Helpline indicate that the mobile phones of opposition politicians and activists are being targeted with DDoS attacks — effectively making their phones useless to communicate.
Access Now calls on U.S. Congress to look at companies’ decision on domain fronting
Companies like Google and Amazon are capitulating to repressive regimes, harming human rights globally. U.S. lawmakers should urge them to change course.
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