Looking tough, but hampering rights: civil society organisations say no to online Terrorism Regulation
Access Now, European Digital Rights (EDRi), Civil Liberties Union for Europe, and 58 other civil society organisations are urgently calling on Members of the European Parliament to reject the proposed Terrorism Regulation on preventing the dissemination of terrorist content online.
Terrorist Content Regulation: the fight for fundamental rights isn’t over
Ahead of a meeting of shadow rapporteurs in the trilogue discussions on the EU Terrorist Content Regulation, we provide recommendations to ensure the final text remains in line with human rights standards.
Who should decide what we see online?
Online platforms rank and moderate content without letting us know how and why they do it. We need more transparency.
EU Parliament deletes the worst threats to freedom of expression proposed in the Terrorist Content Regulation
While we welcome the improvements to the initial European Commission proposal on this file, we doubt its objectives will be achieved. No meaningful evidence has been presented to demonstrate the need, nor the efficacy, of this new European counter-terrorism instrument.
Debate with UN Special Rapporteur Fionnuala Ní Aoláin hosted by S&D MEPs Josef Weidenholzer and Birgit Sippel
On 27 February, Access Now, EDRi, and CDT will co-host an event to assess the European Commission’s proposal for a Regulation to prevent the dissemination of terrorist content online.
Open letter to EU Parliament on the Terrorism Database
We join dozens of organisations and academics in challenging the Parliament’s blind faith in a database to flag “terrorist content” and warning against automated censorship.