GDPR: Three years in, and its future and success are still up in the air
“Three years under the GDPR: An implementation progress report” explores how far this legislation still has to go before its promises are truly fulfilled.
Data exposed and exploited in Middle East and North Africa, new report explores
From Ramallah to Beirut, the private data of millions is at risk. Access Now’s new report Exposed and exploited: Data protection in the Middle East and North Africa, explores the privacy dangers burgeoning in Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, and Tunisia.
Exposed and exploited: Data protection in the Middle East and North Africa
Access Now’s latest report, Exposed and exploited: Data protection in the Middle East and North Africa, explores how a lack of strong data protection in MENA countries is leaving people vulnerable to abuse and exploitation of their most personal information.
Access Now reports on 2019 trends in internet shutdowns, approaches to defending free expression
The #KeepItOn coalition has documented an increase in internet shutdowns in 2019, including both more sustained and prolonged shutdowns and more targeted attacks on vulnerable communities.
Targeted, cut off, and left in the dark: how internet shutdowns became an even greater threat to human rights in 2019
Our new report highlights internet shutdown trends that emerged in 2019, explores the #KeepItOn coalition’s ongoing efforts to fight shutdowns, and examines some of the challenges we foresee for 2020.
Report: the state of internet shutdowns
Access Now’s STOP project documented 196 cases of internet shutdowns worldwide in 2018. Read the complete report to learn about internet shutdowns and how the #KeepItOn coalition fights back.
Civil society calls for evidence-based solutions to disinformation
Human and digital rights organisations published a joint report evaluating the European Commission’s online disinformation and propaganda initiatives.
New report: FinFisher changes tactics to hook critics
It’s been over five years since Citizen Lab first exposed the use of FinFisher surveillance malware to target Bahraini activists. The use of FinFisher spyware against critics has not stopped.