#KeepItOn: How to stop internet shutdowns in Ukraine
Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine includes cyberattacks and deliberate disruptions to the internet that are exacerbating the humanitarian crisis.
2019 Corporate Accountability Index shows how companies must improve to respect our rights
Of the 24 companies Ranking Digital Rights evaluated this year for its Corporate Accountability Index, only seven scored above 50%, with Microsoft topping the list at 62%. Companies must do better to respect users’ rights.
Don’t miss RightsCon Brussels on March 29-31 2017
It’s not too late to join us for the best RightsCon Summit to date.
Telcos warned against shutting down DR Congo networks
The Democratic Republic of Congo wants a social media blackout on Monday. Can we stop them?
How Edward Snowden started a conversation that is changing the world
Edward Snowden did the right thing when he exposed surveillance practices that damage human rights worldwide. He should be pardoned.
Access Now challenges telcos to defend internet users from U.K. surveillance
Access Now called on top executives of Vodafone and BT to protect internet users from the growing surveillance capabilities of the U.K. government at AGMs.
Five lessons from the new Vodafone transparency report
Access analyzes Vodafone’s most recent transparency report.
Access pushes Vodafone to lead on digital security
Today at Vodafone’s 31st Annual General Meeting, Access pushed the telco giant to keep its position as a leader on transparency in the industry, this time in the realm of digital security.
Violating International Law, DRC Orders Telcos to Cease Communications Services
This week, the Democratic Republic of the Congo ordered a full shutdown of internet and SMS traffic in response to protests against the government. The shutdown is just the latest example of telcos complying with government censorship orders, albeit reluctantly.