El Salvador: cómo los datos poco fiables acorralan a las personas migrantes en Estados Unidos
El Salvador: how dirty data entraps immigrants to the U.S.
The U.S. is using unreliable information from El Salvador for immigration processes, entrapping innocent immigrants. It’s time to stop dirty data-sharing agreements, reform the process, and protect people’s rights.
Holding Biden to account: Access Now’s new tool tracks digital rights, tech policy
On the day of Joe Biden’s inauguration, Access Now launches a new online tool to track how well the incoming administration addresses key digital rights issues, including data protection, net neutrality, disinformation, and facial recognition.
Survey: Should the U.S. government collect social media accounts for visa applications?
Can you be deported for a tweet? Maybe soon. The U.S. government needs to know what you think! Weigh in by taking our short survey.
Before DHS secretary confirmation hearing, 50,000 people urge U.S. to reject “password for entry” border policies
Access Now objects to U.S. social media surveillance
We urged the U.S. Department of Homeland Security to withdraw its proposal and publicly review the reach and efficacy of its social media monitoring programs generally.
No passwords at U.S. border, says new “Fly Don’t Spy” coalition
Coalition says NO to “extreme vetting” that includes password-for-entry proposal.