Letter to U.S. government: Do not disrupt internet access in Russia or Belarus
Access Now and a coalition of human rights organizations are urging the Biden Administration to not disrupt internet access in Russia or Belarus.
Civil society to U.S. government: Do not disrupt internet access in Russia or Belarus
Access Now and a coalition of civil society organizations urge the U.S. government to not disrupt internet access in Russia or Belarus.
How to apply for the Emergency Broadband Benefit in the U.S.
Six months in, Biden must speed progress on digital rights
Six months into the Biden administration, more needs to be done to protect our human rights in the digital age.
Internet for all? Biden has a $100B vision
Access Now applauds President Biden’s plan to allocate $100 billion to improve internet access in the United States.
Civil society to Biden administration: halt facial recognition technology
Access Now joined over 40 civil society organizations in a letter to the Biden administration calling for a federal moratorium on the use of facial recognition technology.
Holding Biden to account: Access Now’s new tool tracks digital rights, tech policy
On the day of Joe Biden’s inauguration, Access Now launches a new online tool to track how well the incoming administration addresses key digital rights issues, including data protection, net neutrality, disinformation, and facial recognition.