If a U.S.-U.K. CLOUD Act agreement fails to protect our rights, the risks could go global
A new CLOUD Act agreement without added protections risks letting U.K. law enforcement use its own vast authority to demand the data of users all over the world, without a check by U.S. courts.
Council of Europe cooperation against cybercrime — human rights Octopus or fishy deals?
Use of the Budapest Convention to improve law enforcement access to data must protect human rights.
Europe is consulting stakeholders on cross-border access to e-evidence. Here’s what we told them.
The European Commission will soon introduce legislation on cross-border access to electronic evidence. That legislation must protect human rights.
Where you can find Access Now at CPDP 2018
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Cross-border access to data: NGO position delivered to the Council of Europe
Our comments provide guidance on how to protect human rights when developing new rules on cross-border access to electronic evidence (“e-evidence”).
The European Commission is thinking… about government hacking
Europe is exploring ways to bypass MLATs. Any system for cross-border access to data must increase protections for fundamental rights.
Mixed messages: crypto and other closed-door conversations in the EU
Here’s we’ve learned so far about EU plans for encryption and other digital security measures.