In an increasingly dangerous world, there’s one simple thing every messaging platform must do right now: make our messages safe using end-to-end encryption.
Safety should be an inherent feature of the tech we use in our daily lives and our workplaces. Sign the letter to demand Slack put user privacy and security first. Tell them to Make Slack Safe.
Artists, venues, and fans: you have a choice when it comes to the technology that’s present at live events. Pledge now to help us fight it.
Big Tech’s automotive ambitions are bad for our economy and dangerous for drivers. The U.S. government must take regulatory action right now to stop Big Tech from taking control of our cars, before it’s too late.
Ring is not family-friendly, and we can’t let MGM use Ring Nation to put a happy face on this privacy-violating surveillance tool. Cancel Ring Nation now.
The current U.S. copyright system is broken. Our laws for creative works like books, songs, and movies make art-monopolizing corporations richer at the expense of artists. We demand change.
VICTORY: After major backlash from artists and music lovers, Red Rocks Amphitheater has ended its use Amazon palm scanning technology.
VICTORY: We organized nationwide protests against Apple's proposed backdoor in iOS 15. The plan is shelved for now.
Your face should not be scanned, stored, or sold just because you walk into or work at a store. Ban facial recognition in stores.
Technology companies are preying on our children for profit and putting them in danger. We need to protect our kids.
We are calling for four major changes to protect kids online: ban addictive and manipulative app features; ban micro-targeted advertising; limit data collection itself; and ban biometric stalkerware.
VICTORY: We won a campaign to get Zoom to offer end-to-end encryption for all accounts, regardless of payment status.
Amazon Ring cameras continue to be given awards despite issues with security, privacy, and racial profiling. It’s time for reviewers to rescind their endorsements of these dangerous products.
YouTube's invasive advertising hurts kids. Are the brands you support contributing to the problem? View our scorecard to find out.
As police have militarized and increased their budgets, technology corporations like Amazon have become their silent partners. Let's put an end to these dangerous partnerships.
The COVID-19 pandemic threatens our public health, but many proposed responses to this new coronavirus threaten our privacy and personal safety. We must take all these threats seriously.
We've convinced musical artists, venues, and promoters to take a stand against using invasive and racially-biased facial recognition technology at music festivals.
Tech workers have the power to stop unethical uses of technology. Whistleblowing is an act of love for humanity.
We demanded Salesforce cancel their contract with US Customs and Border Protection and set up a “Detention Center” at Dreamforce.
Somebody’s hurting our people. It’s gone on far too long, and we won’t be silent anymore.
On April 22-24, millions around the world took to the web to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day.
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