Russia throttled Twitter to censor content — Here’s what happens next
Access Now helps to ensure LinkedIn privacy settlement benefits users at risk
We will use the new cy press award to support programs furthering our mission, which includes ensuring that online service providers uphold strict standards respecting personal privacy online.
A diagnosis: Why current proposals to fix the MLAT system won’t work
A “bypass” operation for MLATs won’t save the patient (or protect human rights).
Access welcomes internet companies announcement in fight for surveillance reform
This morning eight major internet companies — AOL, Apple, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Twitter, and Yahoo! — issued a broad and powerful call for surveillance reform. The joint statement represents the strongest stance yet by U.S. internet companies on government surveillance and has the potential to shift the debate in Washington.