Tag: government surveillance
RightsCon checklist: 15 ways to save the internet and protect democracy
Speaking at a panel discussion at RightsCon, Access Now’s Brett Solomon outlined 15 things governments can do to make sure technology is used to defend — not destroy— democracy and human rights. Read the checklist and watch the full session on YouTube.
Encryption is vital for attorney-client privilege in the digital era, and lawyers should fight for it
In the fight for encryption, attorney-client privilege is at stake.
Australia’s surveillance rabbit hole grows deeper
Australia is home to globally infamous anti-encryption legislation, the Assistance and Access Act, but its surveillance issues don’t begin or end there.
Protect digital rights, promote public health: toward a better coronavirus response
By attending to key digital rights issues, those at the front lines of the COVID-19 humanitarian response can better understand the risks and make the right decisions.
In Australia, an inflection point for human rights
Experts across fields and sectors will converge in Sydney for the Human Rights and Technology conference hosted by the Australian Human Rights Commission. We’ll be there.