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Access celebrates International Human Rights Day... and 11 other stories
Access Express | 12/10/14
Today marks the 66th anniversary of the signing of the Universal
Declaration of Human Rights, and Access is celebrating Human Rights Day
by bringing you a series of blog posts spotlighting the digital rights
challenges of 2015.
U.S. Senator Ron Wyden introduced the Secure Data Act, a
bill that would prohibit the government from creating "backdoors" in
hardware and software that can be used by governments and criminals to
The Commission of Ecuador's National Assembly initiated an
accelerated process to approve a draft Telecommunications Law with a
provision that would give the Ministry of Defense increased powers in
situations of “public calamity"--an overbroad authority.
Global Voices calls attention to the cases of Alaa Abd El
Fattah and Bassel Khartabil (aka Bassel Safadi), two jailed bloggers who
are serving arbitrary sentences that will jeopardize their futures as
innovative and free thinkers from the Arab region.
Global internet freedom declined for a fourth consecutive
year, as new laws criminalized online dissent and legitimized overbroad
surveillance and data collection, while more people were arrested for
legitimate online activities than ever before.
Thailand ordered U.S. online taxi booking company Uber to cease operations on Tuesday,
in the latest hit for the rideshare app that has been banned in the
Indian capital of New Delhi and which faces further restrictions in
Europe and Asia.
The Investigatory Powers Tribunal, an independent judicial
body set up to hear public complaints about secret intelligence programs
in the UK, has ruled that bulk surveillance programs don’t necessarily
violate the human rights of British citizens.
Microsoft, which is fighting a U.S. warrant requiring it to
hand over email from servers based in Ireland, urges the Obama
Administration to consider what would happen if foreign governments
demanded the same treatment.
The government's bulk collection of Americans’ call records
was brought before a U.S. appeals court for the third time in as many
months on Monday. The appeal comes after a lower court ruled that the collection did not violate the Fourth Amendment.
Comcast customers have sued the company for turning their
routers into public Wi-Fi hotspots, saying Comcast’s actions pose risks
to subscribers and are taken without seeking their authorization.
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