Tag: Internet of things
IoS: the Internet of Scheiße
It is a mistake to build systems that integrate AI systems for decision-making without transparency or accountability.
Access Now at the 2019 Internet Governance Forum
Come find us at the Internet Governance Forum in Berlin Nov 25-29 to connect with the Digital Security Helpline and discuss a range of critical issues for human rights in the digital age.
What the EU is getting wrong about the Internet of Things
There is no better time than right now to question the world that is being built around us, and as civil society, it is our duty to ask the hard questions, and make sure innovators have good answers before they proceed.
Where you can find Access Now at CPDP 2018
We look forward to connecting with you!
Your holiday catch-up reading: key digital rights conversations in the U.S.
Haven’t had time to dive into U.S. policy that matters for digital rights? We’ve got you covered.
A policy maker’s guide to the Global Conference on Cyberspace 2017
Our new policy guide aims to help participants at GCCS 2017 fulfill its promise to strengthen global cybersecurity while protecting human rights.
What happens when summer is over? EU Cybersec 2.0!
Here’s what we expect for Europe’s cybersecurity agenda this fall.
Access Now and EU orgs tell FCC: strengthen, don’t kill, Net Neutrality regs
Here’s why we need to keep Title II protections for Net Neutrality in the U.S. — and build on them.
Europe’s Digital Assembly: Fireworks and data flows
The European Commission should do more to include civil society in events like the Digital Assembly. Safeguarding users’ rights and winning their trust is key for a healthy digital economy.
Secure all the things! How to protect human rights on the Internet of Things
A first look at what a human rights framework might look like for the Internet of Things.