Online platforms must reject Cambodia prime minister’s incitement to violence
Access Now urges digital platforms to remain alert to incendiary behavior and take steps to prevent online violence in Cambodia.
Protect LGBTQ+ Digital Rights
To defend democracy, stand up for civil society
As governments, businesses, and civil society organizations gather for the 2nd U.S. Summit for Democracy, our message is clear: to defend democracy in the digital age, states must stand up for civil society, online and off.
How online doxxing is endangering women judges in Tunisia
Supporters of Tunisian President Kais Saied are doxxing women judges who speak out against the president’s actions. These attacks must stop, and leaders in government and the tech sector must take doxxing seriously.
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.
What is doxxing, and how does it endanger women?
This International Women’s Day, we’re telling platforms like Telegram, Twitch, and Meta to take women’s safety seriously.
Access Now condemns escalating attacks against activists and peaceful protesters in Tunisia
Access Now calls for the immediate release of arbitrarily detained protesters, activists, and internet users in Tunisia, and for authorities to urgently halt its escalation on freedom of expression, both online and offline.
Standing together in Pride
Pride Month in 2020 is not like previous years. With a global pandemic and a global reckoning on racial justice, our struggles have never intersected more. Our solidarity and resources are here for you.