Tag: Internet Service Providers
Policy brief: What’s wrong with Jordan’s data protection law and how to fix it
Jordan’s draft data protection law is promising, but it needs work to meet global standards. Our new policy brief explains how to strengthen the law.
Privacy violated in Palestine: ISPs leave private data exposed
“Privacy Violated: Protection of Customers’ Personal Information by Internet Service Providers in Palestine,” explores how ISPs are failing to protect data.
Civil society won’t back down: the fight for net neutrality continues in California
Access Now and civil society partners filed an amicus brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit supporting California’s robust net neutrality law, SB 822.
Open letter to MTN’s new Chief Executive Officer: open the door to civil society
The undersigned civil society organizations, write to invite Ralph Mupita, new Chief Executive Officer at MTN, into dialogue with our community, and provide guidance on how telcos like MTN can better respect the human rights of their users.
Op-ed: MTN’s opaque policies and role in internet shutdowns trigger alarm bells
BusinessDay: Telcos are key actors in the fight for human rights and public welfare, and MTN is one of Africa’s most prominent telecom service providers. Yet its dealings are almost completely opaque and require drastic transformation.
Tunisian ISPs violate customers’ privacy
Internet service providers in Tunisia fail to protect customers’ privacy, retaining and sharing personal data with third parties without their prior knowledge or explicit consent, finds ImpACT International for Human Rights Policies and Access Now.