Venture Capitalists Don’t Care About Human Rights Abuses, Amnesty Report Shows
Out of the 53 companies and accelerators surveyed, only one "potentially" set up a policy to investigate and stop contributions to human rights abuse.
NYPD’s Sprawling Facial Recognition System Now Has More Than 15,000 Cameras
The massive camera network is concentrated in predominantly Black and brown neighborhoods, according to a new crowdsourced report.
A Year of Human Rights Wins Worth Celebrating
The last year might have been a complete disaster, but there was some incredibly good news in amongst the misery.
Gustavo Gatica Was Blinded By Chile's Riot Police While Protesting for Equality
The 21-year-old needs your help bringing those responsible to justice.
Nassima al-Sada Is Imprisoned in Saudi Arabia for Asking for the Right to Drive
Nassima – and 12 other Saudi women fighting for justice in Saudi Arabia – need your help.
Three Young Men Face Life in Prison for Preventing the Return of Refugees to Libya
The trio, who have come to be known as the "El Hiblu 3", need your help to live their lives free of the threat of imprisonment.
Would You Send an Email to Release an Innocent Person from Prison?
That's the idea behind Amnesty International's Write for Rights campaign – which you can support with just a few clicks.
Amnesty International Halting Operations in India Signals Crackdown on Dissent
This is the latest in the series of curbs aimed at silencing human rights defenders in India. Activists are concerned about how far the government will go.
Google Is Putting Amazon Prime Ads on Russia-Backed Sites Spreading Coronavirus Conspiracies
New research revealed that 1,400 websites spreading misinformation across Europe have been funded to the tune of $76 million.
Researcher Releases Data on 100,000 Phishing Attempts to Teach You How to Not Get Hacked
This massive dataset can help teach and understand phishing better.
Grisly Footage Reveals What Iran's Regime Did to Protesters When the Internet Was Shut Down
As Iran turns the internet back on, video is trickling out showing the regime's brutal response to peaceful protests.
Here's What Happened in Iran While the Government Strangled the Internet
When fuel prices rose and Iranians protested, the government shutdown the internet for all but a select few. Iran just came back online.