UN Cybercrime Convention: FAQ on necessary reforms
What is the UN cybercrime convention, what’s wrong with its current draft, and how can you engage with it? Read our FAQ to know.
Amend or reject: Joint statement on the UN Cybercrime Treaty
Access Now and more than 100 NGOs demand state delegates to amend the draft cybercrime treaty in the upcoming concluding session of UN AHC.
Human rights organizations tell Libyan House of Representatives to immediately repeal Anti-Cybercrime Law
Access Now and partners are calling on Libya’s House of Representatives to immediately repeal the Anti-Cybercrime Law.
UN roundup and delegate guide: digital rights at the United Nations
Our new brief tracks progress on digital rights at the UN, providing recommendations for advancing international norms and standards to safeguard human rights online.
Syria’s new “cybercrime” law adds salt to injury
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.
Kenya must bin its repressive Computer Misuse and Cybercrimes Bill
Access Now is urging the Kenyan parliament to protect human rights and throw out the current Computer Misuse and Cybercrimes (Amendment) Bill draft.
Libya’s cybercrime law: A threat to freedom of expression and legalization of censorship
Libya has just adopted a dangerous new cybercrime law that stifles freedom of expression.
Why Latin America should protect, not persecute, information security researchers
Information security researchers help keep people safe online, yet they are being persecuted in Latin America when they should be protected.