COVID-19: Gulf governments must unblock all VoIP technologies
More than 25 civil society organizations from around the world are calling on the UAE, Oman, and Qatar to immediately and permanently restore access to services for internet voice and video calls.
Bloqueo de aplicaciones en Argentina: inseguridad jurídica en internet
El bloqueo contra Uber se terminó hace pocos días en Argentina. Pero la inseguridad jurídica sobre las aplicaciones sigue siendo un problema.
A step forward for Net Neutrality in India; a leap ahead for the open internet
TRAI has recommended that government licenses for internet service providers include strong provisions to ensure non-discriminatory treatment of content.
Net Neutrality matters for human rights across the globe
No matter where you live, Net Neutrality is essential for free expression. Here’s a global tour of “hot spots” in the movement to keep the internet open and free.
Access Now position paper: Protecting digital rights in the “OTT” debate
We offer high-level principles and recommendations to help policymakers, regulators, and civil society understand and engage in the “OTT” debate.
Learn and share: Comparing “OTT” and telecom services
Our new infographic shows why lawmakers should be wary of applying telecom-style rules to “OTT” services.
Wachitaxi, no todo lo que brilla es oro
Internet vs. telecommunication services: differences that matter for users’ rights
It doesn’t make sense to treat “OTT” services the way we do telecommunications networks. It also risks human rights.
Watch out: bad regulation of OTT services can risk your rights
Force-fitting telecom-style rules onto internet content and services can have profoundly negative implications for users’ rights.