Por que a encriptação é importante: 10 fatos para combater os mitos da encriptação
Lawful Access to Encrypted Data Act would cripple digital security
Access Now strongly opposes the Lawful Access to Encrypted Data Act, dangerous legislation that would erode digital security safeguards.
Access Now joins open letter on Facebook’s end-to-end encryption plans
This week Access Now joined the open letter by the Center for Democracy & Technology to urge Facebook to continue to increase end-to-end security across its messaging services, in the face of government efforts to weaken it and hurt the human rights of countless users.
Australia joins Russia and China in undermining users’ security and threatening human rights
New legislation will undermine the security of communications platforms, threatening the rights to privacy and freedom of expression.
What’s up Down Under: defending encryption in Australia
Australia asked for feedback on the draft Assistance and Access Bill, which threatens encryption and global cybersecurity. We made sure they heard from everyone we represent.
What (we think) you should know about Australia’s new encryption bill
Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull recently introduced legislation to compel device manufacturers and service providers to assist law enforcement in accessing encrypted information.
Governments want encryption backdoors: new report examines the legal and policy implications
Access Now released a new report that concludes that any policy mandating backdoors into encrypted products “would likely be effective for only a minimal time, would be substantially costly, and might harm security in general.”
Access Applauds Sen. Wyden’s Secure Data Act
Today Sen. Ron Wyden introduced the Secure Data Act, a bill that would prohibit the government from mandating backdoors in hardware and software products.