Tag: Digital rights
Digital Security Assistance
Facing the Challenge of an Evolving Digital Civil Space
Are Contact-Tracing Apps the Answer? Lessons the US Can Learn From Other Countries
Platforms hear disturbing facts from ‘Bois Locker Room’
Access Now releases “Expanding connectivity to fight COVID-19: recommendations for governments and telcos”
Our recommendations are aimed at keeping people connected during COVID-19 and expanding connectivity globally, drawing lessons from the experiences of users at risk around the world.
Press Briefing: Hear from civil society on the state of .ORG, why the sale is so dangerous, and what happens next
At 12pm ET on Thursday, 30 April, Access Now and partners from EFF, NTEN, and Human Rights Watch will discuss the ongoing proposal for private equity firm Ethos Capital to buy the registry managing .ORG — civil society’s home online — from the nonprofit Internet Society (ISOC).
Access Now, Human Rights Watch and other rights’ groups ask for 4G restoration in J&K
‘Selling censorship’: proposed sale of .org web registry sparks fears for non-profits
#KeepItOn: Global rights groups urgently demand restoration of 4G internet access in Jammu and Kashmir
The #KeepItOn coalition is calling on India to restore access to 4G high-speed internet access as a first step towards the containment of the COVID-19 virus and related health needs.
#KeepItOn: Open letter to the government of India on lifting internet restrictions in Jammu and Kashmir during COVID-19 pandemic
We, the undersigned organizations, write to reiterate our call on the government of India to lift the restriction on 4G high-speed internet access in the Jammu and Kashmir region.