Thousands call on U.S. FTC to make privacy and civil rights rule on data protection
Access Now and partners call on the FTC to initiate a privacy and civil rights rulemaking, now that the agency has the votes with Bedoya’s confirmation.
How online doxxing is endangering women judges in Tunisia
Supporters of Tunisian President Kais Saied are doxxing women judges who speak out against the president’s actions. These attacks must stop, and leaders in government and the tech sector must take doxxing seriously.
Jamaica’s NIDS bill: human rights recommendations dismissed, still time to rectify
Why we need data minimization safeguards now (and how to do it)
Access Now’s new report “Data minimization: Key to protecting privacy and reducing harm” explores ways to combat data abuses by limiting the amount of information entities collect online.
A closer look at China’s Cybersecurity Law — cybersecurity, or something else?
The law not only undermines human rights, it is likely to make China’s internet less secure.