Put privacy first: new FTC surveillance and data security rules must protect people
Access Now calls on the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to protect people from harmful data practices and surveillance.
Thousands call on U.S. FTC to make privacy and civil rights rule on data protection
Access Now and partners call on the FTC to initiate a privacy and civil rights rulemaking, now that the agency has the votes with Bedoya’s confirmation.
Can Biden build the internet back better?
One year after Joe Biden became President of the United States, has he made progress on digital rights? It’s a mixed bag.
U.S. FTC needs rulemaking to protect privacy and civil rights
Access Now is calling on the U.S. Federal Trade Commission to initiate a rulemaking proceeding to protect privacy and civil rights.
Another whistleblower shows Facebook needs regulation
A second Facebook whistleblower came forward with allegations that the company prioritizes profits over people. Enough is enough. Facebook needs to be regulated.
U.S. FTC report proves ISPs as bad as Facebook on privacy
The U.S. FTC released a damning report that proves internet service providers’ data harvesting practices are just as harmful as large advertising platforms like Facebook.
Advocates to U.S. Congress: Fund FTC to combat data abuse
Access Now joined a coalition of civil society organizations in calling on the U.S. Congress to increase the Federal Trade Commission’s funding to combat data abuse.
Civil society to U.S. FTC: fight for civil rights and privacy
Access Now and civil society partners call on the U.S. Federal Trade Commission to take a stand against exploitation and discrimination online.
The time is now for the U.S. FTC to combat dark patterns
Access Now filed comments to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission that examine the variety of dark patterns and their real-life harms, and call on the FTC to take action against them.