Access Now opposes proposal to extend warrantless surveillance
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.
Our fall cheat sheet for the U.S. Congress
Here’s how the U.S. should proceed on “cyber” to keep the internet secure.
Five questions for Mr. Wray
What does Wray — U.S. President Trump’s pick to succeed James Comey as head of the FBI — think of encryption, Section 702 surveillance reform, and transparency?
The U.S. has to stop spying without protecting human rights. Fixing Section 702 is a start.
Today more than 30 major companies and organizations joined the effort to reform Section 702 the U.S. FISA Amendments Act (FAA).
Global civil society groups call for reform of US surveillance law Section 702
Europe must suspend the EU-US Privacy Shield data-transfer arrangement unless the US Congress undertakes meaningful reform of surveillance law.
An open letter to tech CEOs meeting with President-Elect Trump
Remember your commitment to human rights.
Proposed revisions to UK’s draft IP bill are laudable, but do not go far enough
The United Kingdom is considering a dangerous surveillance law that puts human rights at risk. Proposed changes to the law fail to address its fundamental flaws.
Activating the EU-US Privacy Shield: To protect privacy, we need reform, not rebranding
Negotiators in the European Union and the United States have agreed on a stop-gap measure to allow companies to transfer private data overseas. But the “EU-US Privacy Shield” is not likely to withstand legal challenge. To protect privacy, we need reform, not rebranding.