Access Now’s UNHRC statement: Urge arms embargo to stave off expanding military abuse of surveillance tools in Myanmar
Access Now addressed the United Nations Human Rights Council at its 53rd session regarding the intensified abuse of surveillance and digital tools by the Myanmar military, ahead of the elections.
Human rights leaders at Davos 2022: spyware is a weapon — PRESS CONFERENCE
Date and time: Wednesday 25 May, 2022, 10:15 – 10:45 CET
New EU dual use export control rules finally adopted, but leave a lot of room for improvement
After years of review, the EU Parliament finally adopted new export controls for dual use tools enabling surveillance and censorship. But it’s not enough.
Censorship tech company Sandvine’s human rights “commitments” are too little too late
Sandvine withdrawing its product support in Belarus after abuses have already occurred is a necessary but deeply insufficient gesture from a company whose investors have a long track record of failing to protect human rights.
EU member states are watering down spyware regulation
Some EU member states are attempting to block curbs on the export of surveillance equipment to abusive regimes, threatening human rights around the world.