Tag: Edward Snowden
The fight continues this Human Rights Day: Access Now event highlights
December 10 is World Human Rights Day 2020. Under the theme “Recover Better — Stand Up for Human Rights”, organizations and individuals across the globe are coming together to advance — and innovate — the fight for human rights in the digital era. See Access Now’s recommended events:
Privacy advocates call on U.S. Congress to release information crucial for surveillance reform debate
Access Now joins more than 30 civil society organizations in calling for U.S. House Judiciary Committee leaders to release critical information regarding the current implementation of U.S. surveillance laws.
The Umbrella Agreement just isn’t good enough to protect our rights
This “umbrella” is full of holes, and it fails to protect Europeans’ right to privacy.
U.N. targets tech companies with call for data protection and transparency
The new United Nations privacy resolution recognizes that companies must act to protect rights.
How Edward Snowden started a conversation that is changing the world
Edward Snowden did the right thing when he exposed surveillance practices that damage human rights worldwide. He should be pardoned.