Compromise at last — U.S. bipartisan data privacy bill is positive step towards tackling discrimination
Access Now is encouraged by the introduction of the American Data Privacy and Protection Act.
Ahead of 702 hearing, U.S. senators push to make out-of-control spying powers permanent
The U.S. should make necessary reforms to rein in surveillance authorities, not engage in empty political theater.
Groups and Companies to Congress: Reject Data Retention Mandates
Today, a coalition of groups and companies advocating for surveillance reform sent a letter to Senate leaders opposing any legislative mandates for companies to retain customer data.
Senate hearing fails to address harms of cybersecurity legislation
Senators show support for information sharing proposals that risk user privacy