Unconstitutional Texas social media bill attacks human rights
Access Now opposes the U.S state of Texas’ social media bill that undermines First Amendment protections and attacks human rights.
Making headway: reintroduction of U.S. PACT Act is step forward
Access Now supports the reintroduction of the PACT Act, a welcome advancement towards combating harmful content online.
In wake of U.S. Capitol attack, Access Now and 70+ civil society groups warn against overbroad changes to Section 230
A broad-based coalition sent a letter to the U.S. Congress and the Biden-Harris administration warning against responding to the violence in the U.S. Capitol by renewing injudicious attacks on Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act.
U.S. Senate Democrats and civil society denounce Simington nomination to FCC
Members of the U.S. Congress and civil society representatives voice strong opposition to President Trump’s FCC nominee, Nathan Simington, whose appointment would threaten net neutrality protections, freedom of expression, and broadband access.
Stop Trump’s pro-censorship FCC nominee
Action Alert: Trump is trying to appoint one of the worst, most dangerous FCC commissioners the United States has ever seen to gut protections for free speech online, and Mitch McConnell is speeding the Senate toward his confirmation.