State of Surveillance
Turkey's Government Tried to Hack Hundreds of Protesters Over Twitter, Researchers Say
A new report details a widespread campaign targeting several Turkish activists and protesters, using the infamous government malware made by FinFisher.
Digital Rights Advocates Want the UN to Stop Social Media Searches at the US Border
Refugees and immigrants are having their digital lives exposed at America’s borders.
The Next Stage In Digital Activism Is Brought to You By Fancy Soap
Access Now and Lush have created a special, limited edition bath accessory to raise awareness of digital rights around the world.
Gabon Is Suffering the 'Worst Communications Suppression Since the Arab Spring'
Nightly 'internet curfews' are the latest tool in the oppressive government toolbox.
FBI’s iPhone Backdoor May Violate International Law, Says UN Human Rights Rep
"If the order goes through, I wouldn’t be surprised at all if some international human rights bodies responded."
People Are Mad that Facebook and Google Sponsored a Privacy Event
Google, Facebook, and Palantir were some of the controversial sponsors of Amsterdam Privacy Week.