Mauritius must backflip on dangerous ICT Act consultation paper, place human rights at its core
Access Now and a coalition of NGOs are calling on authorities in Mauritius to review the proposed ICT Act amendments to ensure human rights are at its core.
BINGO! You’re proud and secure
To celebrate and honor LGBTQ people everywhere who are working toward a more just and human rights-respecting world, we’ve updated our Digital Security Bingo card to reflect the unique threats they face. Stay safe and proud, online and off!
Access Now calls on 22 major tech companies to account for their human rights practices
We’re working with Ranking Digital Rights to make sure the companies tracked in the Corporate Accountability Index respond and take steps to protect your rights.
Facebook is right to defend the security of Messenger, and the solution is adding more security
The U.S. government is ordering Facebook to help wiretap Messenger voice calls. We explain what may be happening and how it could impact encrypted communications going forward.
In Australia, an inflection point for human rights
Experts across fields and sectors will converge in Sydney for the Human Rights and Technology conference hosted by the Australian Human Rights Commission. We’ll be there.