Tag: Digital rights
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.
BINGO! You’re proud and secure
To celebrate and honor LGBTQ people everywhere who are working toward a more just and human rights-respecting world, we’ve updated our Digital Security Bingo card to reflect the unique threats they face. Stay safe and proud, online and off!
Human rights are the ballast: how we’re supporting the activists defending your rights
Cybersec and beyond! The digital rights battles Australia can win
Here’s how Australia can turn the ship around and strengthen its cybersecurity.
Cybercrime law in Jordan: pushing back on new amendments that could harm free expression and violate privacy
Human rights activists and civil society organizations oppose updates to the law that could enable violation of rights and freedoms guaranteed by Jordan’s Constitution.
In Tunisia, an open debate on data protection and the right to access information
Our joint event with UNESCO gathered stakeholders including civil society, members of parliament, and international experts to discuss protecting data and the right to access information in Tunisia.
Why the “Digital Geneva Convention” needs more work to protect human rights
It can be strengthened by adhering to and reinforcing the existing human rights framework, along with other improvements.
In Australia, an inflection point for human rights
Experts across fields and sectors will converge in Sydney for the Human Rights and Technology conference hosted by the Australian Human Rights Commission. We’ll be there.
Digital Rights 102: Highlighting the issues affecting Canadians
Technology is changing our relationship to privacy and other human rights. In the lead-up to RightsCon Toronto, we look at issues that Canadians are now facing.
Digital Rights 101: Understanding how technology affects human rights for all
Technology is shaping the way organizations and communities operate. If you or your nonprofit haven’t started thinking about digital rights, here’s why you should.