Tag: Intelligence Surveillance Reform
Intelligence community refuses to follow treaty requirements on human rights
U.S. intelligence agencies are failing to provide a mechanism to allow non-U.S. persons to file complaints with the government about human rights abuses.
Merrily we roll along? A re-cap on USA FREEDOM
USA FREEDOM Act likely to be considered on Senate floor. Here’s a re-cap of the path the bill has taken to get to this point.
RightsCon, secret law, and the democratic process
This past March, people from all over the world gathered in San Francisco for RightsCon. Access’ annual conference brings together activists, corporate leaders, programmers, representatives from various governments, and experts in law and policy working on a range of issues at the intersection of technology and human rights.