Google beta-tests selling out on its mission
Google walks back earlier stand against helping censorship in China
Access Now supports bipartisan questioning of Google and Amazon over “domain fronting”
We asked members of the U.S. Congress to look at the negative impact of dropping anti-censorship “domain fronting” services. They listened.
Access Now calls on U.S. Congress to look at companies’ decision on domain fronting
Companies like Google and Amazon are capitulating to repressive regimes, harming human rights globally. U.S. lawmakers should urge them to change course.
Message to Google and Amazon on domain fronting: You break it, you bought it
When it comes to anti-censorship tools like domain fronting, the market leaders that have the resources to fight for human rights must be just that — leaders.
Google ends “domain fronting,” a crucial way for tools to evade censors
Domain fronting services enable apps and services like Tor to circumvent some forms of repressive censorship and surveillance. We urge Google to reverse course.