French National Assembly pushes forward international Surveillance law
Access denounces the French National Assembly’s approval of a new bill that would give France authority to conduct mass indiscriminate surveillance of millions of individuals in France and abroad.
NGO coalition calls on French Parliamentarians to reject new disproportionate international surveillance law
A coalition of more than 20 NGOs and digital rights groups, including Access, sent a letter to the representatives of the French National Assembly – the lower Chamber of the French Parliament – calling for the rejection of yet another surveillance bill.
“French Patriot Act” now before French Senate: it’s time to reject the bill
Feeding the All-Seeing Spider: France on verge of passing repressive new surveillance bill
On May 5, the French “National Assembly” will vote on a dangerous proposal to reform intelligence services. This week Access joined a coalition led by our friends at La Quadrature du Net along with 18 other organisations to oppose the bill and take action. It’s a “French Patriot Act” in disguise.
Four Members of Congress Join Dozens of Organizations to Urge President Obama to Limit Mass Surveillance Under Executive Order 12333
Access has convened a coalition of digital rights groups to urge the Obama Administration to reform Executive Order 12333, which authorizes mass surveillance by NSA and other intelligence agencies with no meaningful limits.