U.S. Congress finally moves on surveillance reform, but it may be too little, too late
Here’s a look at what’s on the table for surveillance reform in the U.S., and how Congress should proceed to protect human rights and global commerce.
Access Now backs congressional action to prevent FBI hacking change
What is this “Rule 41” and why am I hearing so much about it?
Access Now is proud to join our partners in a day of action on government hacking and a proposed change to Rule 41.
Re: Shaking My Head
We’re shaking our heads about Rule 41 changes to let the U.S. engage in global government hacking.
Wyden at RightsCon: We need a new privacy compact for digital age
Today at RightsCon Silicon Valley, U.S. Senator Ron Wyden called for new “Compact for Security & Liberty in the Digital Age.”
Access Applauds Sen. Wyden’s Secure Data Act
Today Sen. Ron Wyden introduced the Secure Data Act, a bill that would prohibit the government from mandating backdoors in hardware and software products.