Spyware on trial: Justice for Saudi Activist Loujain AlHathloul
Access Now and the Gulf Centre for Human Rights have filed an amicus brief urging the Oregon U.S. District Court to hold DarkMatter, an Emirati spyware firm, accountable for illegaly hacking Saudi women’s rights activist Loujain AlHathloul.
Civil society defends affordable broadband in New York
Access Now and a coalition of civil society organizations filed an amicus brief in support of New York’s Affordable Broadband Act (ABA).
Civil society won’t back down: the fight for net neutrality continues in California
Access Now and civil society partners filed an amicus brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit supporting California’s robust net neutrality law, SB 822.
Human rights organizations respond to NSO: victims’ voices will not be silenced
Access Now and seven other human rights organizations have filed a reply to NSO Group’s opposition to the coalition’s amicus brief in the case of WhatsApp v. NSO in the U.S. Federal 9th Circuit Court.
Access Now files new legal intervention in Cameroon against shutdowns
Access Now is supporting plaintiffs in Cameroon, who are challenging the government’s decision to shut down the internet in Anglophone regions of the country. The blocks harmed the human rights of millions, and stand in violation of international law.
Access Now joins legal brief supporting privacy of Facebook users
A mass warrant served on Facebook related to 381 users has worrying implications for our privacy and free expression.