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.
Judge rules for California in net neutrality challenge, will allow state to enforce net neutrality law
California District Judge Mendez has ruled in American Cable Association v. Becerra that he would not prevent the state from enforcing its net neutrality law (SB 822) in large part because plaintiff internet service providers (ISPs) are unlikely to succeed in their challenge.
Correcting the record in California Net Neutrality battle: civil society takes a stand
Access Now and public interest partners filed an amicus brief in defense of California’s net neutrality law, SB 822.
Sandvine, Francisco Partners facing mounting pressure for accountability around censorship tools
Access Now, CPJ, EFF, and digital security experts Ron Deibert and Christopher Parsons are calling on California Attorney General Xavier Becerra to look into the activities of Sandvine and its owners Francisco Partners for potential legal violations arising out of their contracts with Belarus.
Finally! A U.S. data protection bill we can get behind
The Eshoo-Lofgren bill places our human rights, not companies’ bottom line, at the center of the U.S. discussion on data privacy.
U.S. ruling on Net Neutrality means that states have to step up for a free and open internet
The court setback for federal rules on Net Neutrality won’t stop the states from defending the free and open internet.