Tunisia: President must scrap decree-law undermining free expression and the press
Civil society condemn the new decree-law 54 in in Tunisia and urge the President to withdraw it in order to uphold freedom of expression and press freedom.
Four signs Mexico is embracing digital authoritarianism
In Asia, parliaments must protect rights online — or lose democracy
As parliaments across Asia convene, governments continue pushing deeply flawed laws and policies, while relegating digital rights to the sidelines. Here’s what’s happening in India, Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand, and why members of parliament must take action to protect our rights before any more damage is done.
End the wave of digital censorship in India
Access Now, Article 19, Reporters Without Borders, and 11 other organizations are calling on authorities and technology companies in India to stop the tide of digital censorship.
Civil society to Malaysian government: abandon all attempts to throttle online free speech
Access Now joined is demanding the Malaysian government abandon all attempts to throttle freedom of expression online, and overturn any plans to reinforce previous administrations’ archaic censorship laws.
Laos directs surveillance of social media platforms, further throttling expression online
Access Now is joining six organizations in calling on the Lao government to stop online surveillance and mandatory registration of social media platforms.