Net Neutrality matters for human rights across the globe
No matter where you live, Net Neutrality is essential for free expression. Here’s a global tour of “hot spots” in the movement to keep the internet open and free.
Holland and India lead on zero-rating: the first of many countries?
Holland and India now have some of the strongest rules in the world to protect Net Neutrality, the principles that keep the internet open and free. Will Europe follow their lead?
Etisalat shuts off internet services in Egypt and Morocco
Telcos have shut down some internet services in Morocco and Egypt, creating anti-competitive network discrimination and damaging free expression in the region.
Global rights groups decry Facebook’s actions on Net Neutrality in India
Today, 30 digital rights groups from around the globe released an open letter to Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg decrying Facebook’s recent actions concerning the Free Basics program in India.
Facebook’s new Free Basics still doesn’t fix Internet.org
Today Facebook announced several changes to Internet.org in response to growing international complaints about the program. While some of the changes are positive, Access’ core concerns remain.