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Telegram vs Russia

Telegram vs Russia: Access Now tells the European Court of Human Rights why encryption must be protected

15 Jul 2022

In a joint submission to the ECtHR on the Telegram vs Russia case, Access Now explains why encryption must be protected.

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Telegram vs Russia: Access Now tells the European Court of Human Rights why encryption must be protected
15 Jul 2022
Telegram vs Russia: Access Now tells the European Court of Human Rights why encryption must be protected
NSO Group human rights

New EU dual use export control rules finally adopted, but leave a lot of room for improvement

25 Mar 2021

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.

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New EU dual use export control rules finally adopted, but leave a lot of room for improvement
25 Mar 2021
New EU dual use export control rules finally adopted, but leave a lot of room for improvement
Breton's blocking statement

Russia throttled Twitter to censor content — here’s what happens next

15 Mar 2021
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Russia throttled Twitter to censor content — here’s what happens next
15 Mar 2021
Russia throttled Twitter to censor content — here’s what happens next

EU Court of Human Rights Declares Order to Remove Anti-Censorship Tool Advice Illegal

25 Jun 2020
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EU Court of Human Rights Declares Order to Remove Anti-Censorship Tool Advice Illegal
25 Jun 2020
EU Court of Human Rights Declares Order to Remove Anti-Censorship Tool Advice Illegal
Access Now to human rights court: GCHQ surveillance violates human rights, 2016

Website blocking in Russia goes to the European Court of Human Rights. Access Now intervenes.

17 Nov 2017

Our intervention in Kharitonov v. Russia asserts that any website blocking, throttling, or other disruption must strictly comply with human rights law.

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Website blocking in Russia goes to the European Court of Human Rights. Access Now intervenes.
17 Nov 2017
Website blocking in Russia goes to the European Court of Human Rights. Access Now intervenes.
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EDRi and Access Now withdraw from EU Commission discussions

31 May 2016

The European Commission has announced an ill-considered “code of conduct” for countering hate speech online.

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EDRi and Access Now withdraw from EU Commission discussions
31 May 2016
EDRi and Access Now withdraw from EU Commission discussions
Access Now to human rights court: GCHQ surveillance violates human rights, 2016

Access Now to human rights court: GCHQ surveillance violates human rights

9 Feb 2016

Access Now has intervened in a case before the European Court of Human Rights, detailing how the surveillance conducted by the British intelligence agency GCHQ violates international human rights law and policy.

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Access Now to human rights court: GCHQ surveillance violates human rights
9 Feb 2016
Access Now to human rights court: GCHQ surveillance violates human rights