A new national campaign wants to stop facial recognition from invading U.S. college campuses.
The ruling is a significant win for privacy rights of Americans and tourists traveling to the United States.
Former workers reveal "questionable and misleading methods" used to obtain facial scans.
Here’s the email Jigsaw’s CEO Jared Cohen sent his team after a Motherboard investigation into the team’s mismanagement.
Google’s internet freedom moonshot has gotten glowing attention for its ambitious projects. But current and former employees, leaked documents, and internal messages reveal a grim reality.
Google blocks a tool called Google App Engine in Iran, indirectly allowing the Iranian government to block apps that piggyback on it to skirt online censorship.
Refugees and immigrants are having their digital lives exposed at America’s borders.
An American academic has recreated “a taste” of North Korean cell phone service, “without the trip to Pyongyang.”
Access Now and Lush have created a special, limited edition bath accessory to raise awareness of digital rights around the world.
As usual, online censorship seems to have a “Streisand effect” for tools that allow netizens to circumvent blocks.
The Turkish government takes its fight against the free flow of information online one step further.
A leaked document proves that the Ecuadorian government has been likely doing more online censorship than previously reported.