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Meta’s shareholders: We need transparency on content moderation

21 May 2024

Ahead of the Meta AGM, Meta’s shareholders are pushing the company for increased transparency on content moderation.

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Meta’s shareholders: We need transparency on content moderation
21 May 2024
Meta’s shareholders: We need transparency on content moderation
YouTube approves disinformation ads in India ahead of general election

Why YouTube remains a fertile ground for electoral disinformation?

7 Apr 2024
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Why YouTube remains a fertile ground for electoral disinformation?
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7 Apr 2024
Why YouTube remains a fertile ground for electoral disinformation?
Cover Image: It's not a glitch: how Meta systematically censors Palestinian voices

It’s not a glitch: how Meta systematically censors Palestinian voices

19 Feb 2024

This Access Now report documented cases of how Meta censors Palestinian voices on Facebook and Instagram.

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It’s not a glitch: how Meta systematically censors Palestinian voices
19 Feb 2024
It’s not a glitch: how Meta systematically censors Palestinian voices
Ghana’s anti-LGBTQ+ bill

Content and platform governance in times of crisis: applying international humanitarian, criminal, and human rights law

13 Dec 2023

This new report discusses the application of international humanitarian, criminal, and human rights law in content governance in crises.

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Content and platform governance in times of crisis: applying international humanitarian, criminal, and human rights law
13 Dec 2023
Content and platform governance in times of crisis: applying international humanitarian, criminal, and human rights law
Regulating digital platforms

UNESCO’s guidelines for governing digital platforms: our remaining concerns

10 Dec 2023

Access Now has been following with concern UNESCO’s efforts to create global content governance guidelines. With the release of the final version, our concerns persist.

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UNESCO’s guidelines for governing digital platforms: our remaining concerns
10 Dec 2023
UNESCO’s guidelines for governing digital platforms: our remaining concerns
Antitrust

Directrices de la UNESCO para la gobernanza de las plataformas digitales: las discusiones pendientes

10 Dec 2023

Access Now ha seguido con preocupación los esfuerzos liderados por la UNESCO para crear unas directrices globales para la regulación de las plataformas digitales.

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Directrices de la UNESCO para la gobernanza de las plataformas digitales: las discusiones pendientes
10 Dec 2023
Directrices de la UNESCO para la gobernanza de las plataformas digitales: las discusiones pendientes
The EU must hold VLOPs accountable

Towards meaningful fundamental rights impact assessments under the DSA

18 Sep 2023
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Towards meaningful fundamental rights impact assessments under the DSA
18 Sep 2023
Towards meaningful fundamental rights impact assessments under the DSA
The EU must hold VLOPs accountable

Fundamental rights impact assessments are key for effective DSA enforcement 

18 Sep 2023

Under the EU DSA, companies designated as VLOPs or VLOSEs must assess fundamental rights risks stemming from their services. Access Now and ECNL have published a new policy paper to support enforcement of this requirement.

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Fundamental rights impact assessments are key for effective DSA enforcement 
18 Sep 2023
Fundamental rights impact assessments are key for effective DSA enforcement 
Ghana’s anti-LGBTQ+ bill

VLOPs or flops: Is Big Tech dodging accountability in the EU?

4 May 2023

The EU asked tech companies to share their user numbers in order to see who qualifies as a Very Large Online Platform (VLOP) under the Digital Services Act (DSA) rules. But the numbers don’t add up.

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VLOPs or flops: Is Big Tech dodging accountability in the EU?
4 May 2023
VLOPs or flops: Is Big Tech dodging accountability in the EU?
India fake news law

FAQ: how the EU plans to protect media freedom

1 Dec 2022

Freedom of the press is under threat. In this FAQ, we analyse the EU’s latest proposal for a European Media Freedom Act, which aims to safeguard media freedom, independence and plurality.

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FAQ: how the EU plans to protect media freedom
1 Dec 2022
FAQ: how the EU plans to protect media freedom