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Why the “Digital Geneva Convention” needs more work to protect human rights

4 Sep 2018

It can be strengthened by adhering to and reinforcing the existing human rights framework, along with other improvements.

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Why the “Digital Geneva Convention” needs more work to protect human rights
4 Sep 2018
Why the “Digital Geneva Convention” needs more work to protect human rights
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What happens when summer is over? EU Cybersec 2.0!

22 Aug 2017

Here’s what we expect for Europe’s cybersecurity agenda this fall.

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What happens when summer is over? EU Cybersec 2.0!
22 Aug 2017
What happens when summer is over? EU Cybersec 2.0!
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Open letter to the next President of the United States

8 Sep 2016

Read our 10-point agenda in support of digital rights for the next President of the United States.

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Open letter to the next President of the United States
8 Sep 2016
Open letter to the next President of the United States
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Let’s not trample upon human rights in the name of “cyber”

6 Aug 2015

This year, major data breaches at corporations and within government have spurred officials to do something ?— anything at all ?— to fix online security. We’ve seen a raft of so-called cybersecurity legislation introduced around the world that creates more problems than it solves, trampling upon privacy and human rights in the name of “cyber.” Access has been involved in a number of those fights around the world.

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Let’s not trample upon human rights in the name of “cyber”
6 Aug 2015
Let’s not trample upon human rights in the name of “cyber”
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Four lessons for digital rights activists from the Games for Change festival

24 Apr 2015

How do video games impact digital rights? Here are four lessons for activists from the Games for Change festival.

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Four lessons for digital rights activists from the Games for Change festival
24 Apr 2015
Four lessons for digital rights activists from the Games for Change festival
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Global Conference on Cyber Space heavy on “cyber,” light on solutions

23 Apr 2015

Last week representatives from government, the corporate sector, civil society, and academia flocked to the Hague in the Netherlands for the Global Conference on Cyberspace (GCCS) to talk about freedom, growth, and security online. Despite two day’s worth of sessions and side events, little of substance was accomplished when it comes to protecting internet users’ freedom or bulwarking the security of the internet.

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Global Conference on Cyber Space heavy on “cyber,” light on solutions
23 Apr 2015
Global Conference on Cyber Space heavy on “cyber,” light on solutions
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Spain Targets Vulnerable Users on Eve of Review at UN Human Rights Council

21 Jan 2015

The UN Human Rights Council will review the human rights record of the government of Spain on Wednesday as part of its Universal Periodic Review. Access calls on UN member states to recommend that Spain halt the criminalization of encryption, and to protect the rights of all users in the country.

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Spain Targets Vulnerable Users on Eve of Review at UN Human Rights Council
21 Jan 2015
Spain Targets Vulnerable Users on Eve of Review at UN Human Rights Council