The Digital Services Act: your guide to the EU’s new content moderation rules
The EU Digital Services Act has finally arrived. We unpack what this law contains and the changes people can expect to see from 2024 onwards.
EU’s political deal on the Digital Services Act step in the right direction, but some questions remain
While Access Now welcomes the DSA’s human rights-centric framework, there are gaps that must be addressed.
Civil society to EU: don’t threaten rights with last-minute “crisis response mechanism” in DSA
Access Now is urging the European Commission to revise the proposed “crisis response mechanism (CRM)” in the DSA.
Victories in the DSA vote: IMCO Committee puts people’s rights before corporate interest
Access Now welcomes victories in the DSA vote, indicating steps towards further protecting freedom of expression and opinion online.
The EU Digital Services Act won’t work without strong enforcement
It will be the EU’s approach to DSA enforcement that will make or break this new legislation — so let’s look at lessons from the GDPR.
Where the EU’s DSA is heading — and where it needs to go
We look at the EU’s introduction of the DSA, how the negotiations have progressed, and where we need to go from here to safeguard human rights.
Digital Services Act: bad decisions can lead to global consequences
The Digital Services Act Human Rights Alliance is warning the EU: bad decisions can lead to global consequences.
Civil society to EU: don’t derail the Digital Services Act
The European Parliament must block suggestions to the EU Digital Services Act being negotiated that jeopardise human rights-centric platform governance.