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Syria’s new “cybercrime” law adds salt to injury

27 May 2022

Syria’s new “cybercrime” law gives a regime notorious for surveilling citizens new powers to violate privacy, silence people, and add a false legal veneer to human rights violations.

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Syria’s new “cybercrime” law adds salt to injury
27 May 2022
Syria’s new “cybercrime” law adds salt to injury
Ghana’s anti-LGBTQ+ bill

Kazakhstan’s plan to require tech platform “localization” opens door to censorship

2 Nov 2021

Access Now urges Kazakhstan’s government to reject a plan to require tech platform localization as it would open the door to censorship.

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Kazakhstan’s plan to require tech platform “localization” opens door to censorship
2 Nov 2021
Kazakhstan’s plan to require tech platform “localization” opens door to censorship
International Women's Day

Six Latin American activist organizations you can support for International Women’s Day

8 Mar 2021

On International Women’s Day, we’re celebrating the hard work of six activist organizations in Latin America that are making digital spaces safer for women during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond.

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Six Latin American activist organizations you can support for International Women’s Day
8 Mar 2021
Six Latin American activist organizations you can support for International Women’s Day