LATAM, una región enamorada de la vigilancia en 2023
Las personas migrantes en Latinoamérica están siendo vigiladas por sus gobiernos
Civil society joint statement: Europe’s (digital) borders must fall
Civil society is calling for an end to the expansion of EURODAC, the EU database for the registration of asxylum-seekers. EURODAC is being transformed into an expansive, violent surveillance tool that will treat people seeking protection as crime suspects.
EU negotiations on AI systems must #ProtectNotSurveil people on the move
Access Now calls on the European Parliament to #ProtectNotSurveil people on the move in the Artificial Intelligence Act.
The EU AI Act: How to (truly) protect people on the move
The EU AI Act is supposed to protect the rights of everyone impacted by AI systems. But it ignores the systems impacting people on the move. Here are three steps policymakers can take to fix that problem.
Analysis: Will the PNR Directive entrench automated suspicion?
If the CJEU upholds the automated passenger profiling under the PNR Directive, it could have profound negative consequences for the right to privacy.
#WhyID: Digital health certificates are not immune from violating users’ rights
Access Now, in consultation with the #WhyID community, is releasing a new report that dives deep into the world of digital health certificates and their impact on the rights of users.
Access Now announces 2018 Villains of Human Rights
Our Villain Awards aim to shine light on the impact that the decisions of those in powerful positions can have on ordinary people, naming those who have had an especially harmful impact on human rights, and in particular on privacy and secure communications.