Tag: Data privacy
Access Now’s statement on Myanmar during the UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Myanmar’s Oral Progress Report
Access Now’s statement on Myanmar at the U.N. Human Rights Council
Myanmar’s military is engaged in a digital coup, and the international community must act. We spoke at the United Nations on Myanmar during the 49th session of the Human Rights Council to offer our recommendations.
To protect human rights, identify and disrupt Australia’s “hacking bill”
Access Now on India’s plan to regulate “non-personal” data: protect personal data first
India should pursue plans to govern “non-personal” data only after a comprehensive personal data protection and privacy law has been enacted, and a truly independent and strong regulator has been put in place.
A digital rights agenda for 2021 and beyond
As the U.S. approaches its presidential election this November amidst an unprecedented public health emergency and racial justice movement, we urge the parties to address a series of digital rights issues.
MENA: amid COVID-19 fear and chaos, don’t be a privacy offender!
Many internet users in the Middle East and North Africa region are disclosing other people’s personal data on social media. During COVID-19, violating privacy can risk lives.
Thank you for standing up for data protection and democracy in the U.S.!
Access Now delivered over 4,000 signatures on a petition reminding U.S. presidential candidates of the importance of data protection.
La neutralidad de la red sigue en riesgo, esta vez en México
Access Now, junto a organizaciones de defensa al consumidor, solicitamos al Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones de México mejorar su propuesta de regulación sobre la neutralidad de la red.
Net Neutrality is yet again under attack, this time in Mexico
Access Now, along with a coalition of consumer advocacy organizations, urged the Mexican Federal Telecommunications Institute to strengthen its Net Neutrality proposal.
Protect digital rights, promote public health: toward a better coronavirus response
By attending to key digital rights issues, those at the front lines of the COVID-19 humanitarian response can better understand the risks and make the right decisions.