Attention Amazon: your shareholders want you to protect human rights
As Big Tech’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) season approaches, Amazon shareholders are pushing for changes to protect human rights. Here are the shareholder proposals we support.
Why shareholders don’t trust Big Tech — and how to fix that
As we enter the 2023 AGM season, we look at what shareholder proposals for Big Tech companies Amazon, Alphabet, and Meta reveal about the companies’ capacity to mitigate risk and ensure accountability for emerging tech like AI.
SEC must demand greater transparency on digital and human rights issues in ESG ratings
We urge the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to ensure new rules will help investors get accurate information about their holdings’ human rights impacts.
How the world’s biggest investors could transform Big Tech
This year’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) season for the tech sector has come and gone, but the results for Meta, Alphabet, and Amazon tell a surprisingly hopeful story for digital rights advocates.
Meta, Alphabet, and Amazon: A shareholder’s guide to supporting human rights
We urge Meta, Alphabet, and Amazon shareholders to support greater accountability for the companies’ human rights impacts.
What the tech sector can do to respect human rights in Ukraine, Russia, Belarus, and beyond
As the Russia-Ukraine crisis escalates to war, the tech sector must do more than merely comply with sanctions. Here are our recommendations for mitigating human rights harms.
New guide: surveillance technology investors face significant risks if human rights are ignored
A new guide on effective due diligence will help shareholders with investments in surveillance technology prevent and mitigate human rights risks.
Going public? Cellebrite’s tech is incompatible with human rights, investors must make a stand
As Cellebrite bids to go public, Access Now calls on stakeholders to stop this alarming deal until the company demonstrates human rights commitments.
U.N. propels internet shutdowns into the spotlight, calls on key stakeholders to act
Access Now is thrilled to promote a new addendum report to the United Nations Human Rights Council on the pressing need to combat internet shutdowns globally.