Six months in, Biden must speed progress on digital rights
Six months into the Biden administration, more needs to be done to protect our human rights in the digital age.
Human rights groups to U.N. High Commissioner: U.S. police violence against anti-racism protesters rampant
Calling attention to the U.S. Government’s violent response to peaceful protests against racism, human rights organizations join forces to send a joint submission to the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights urging immediate action.
A digital rights agenda for 2021 and beyond
As the U.S. approaches its presidential election this November amidst an unprecedented public health emergency and racial justice movement, we urge the parties to address a series of digital rights issues.
Access Now and partners call on U.S. Congress to ensure internet and phone access for all during COVID-19
Access Now and partner organizations jointly delivered to the U.S. Congress more than 100,000 petition signatures calling for internet and phone services for all during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The EARN IT Act would undermine security and harm millions of innocent Americans
Access Now joined 24 organizations opposing the EARN IT Act, which threatens free speech, security, and privacy.
Privacy-invasive tracking headers a global trend, new report finds
Access released our new report, “The Rise of Mobile Tracking Headers: How Telcos Around the World Are Threatening Your Privacy,” an in-depth investigation into the global use of so-called “supercookies” or “permacookies” to track your web browsing.