A Human-Centric Digital Manifesto for EuropeHow the Digital Transformation Can Serve the Public Interest
The digital revolution is radically changing every aspect of human life in the 21st century and it’s essential that regulators address the challenges this transformation brings. The new European Commission should look beyond digital single market issues, and focus on creating new rights-based policies and regulations based on freedom, democracy, equality, and rule of law to ensure that existing offline rights are protected online.
Resisting Surveillance Capitalism
Amazon’s Spying Is a Threat to Workers and Democracy
From its consumer products to its government contracts, the tech behemoth is laying the foundation of a dystopian future where profits come before basic human rights.
Standing Up to Big Brother
Q&A: A Big Step for Global Privacy Rights
By ruling against a government intelligence agency, one of the most powerful courts in Germany has struck a blow for data privacy and free expression.
Making the Truth Visible
Q&A: Bearing Witness to Broken Policing
By supporting grassroots activists who are using video to shine a light on police violence, the nonprofit group WITNESS is empowering the movement for racial justice and greater accountability.