The aim of fighting against disinformation is to rebuild trust in democracies and ensure that people can participate in democratic debates and freely form their opinions. See our key recommendations and read Liberties' policy paper.
We will push for offline verification and rock-solid application limits to avoid creating a two-tier society.
The European Commission’s proposal on test and vaccination certificates poses risks to many fundamental rights and freedoms, and their necessity and legitimacy have not been justified.
Social media has become an inherent part of our lives. But it’s important to realise that social media can be addictive, and to know what we have to do to change that. But why is social media so toxic?
28 human and digital rights groups have written to Members of the European Parliament warning against hastily pushing through the Digital Green Certificate based on concerns about discrimination, privacy and data protection.
Over 30 human & digital rights organisations push Members of the European Parliament to ban unlawful tracking & surveillance in online advertising.
The EU is considering new legislation which could seriously endanger free speech. More than 60 human rights and journalist organisations have written an open letter to all Members of the European Parliament urging them to reject this text.
The massive storage of data by Dutch intelligence services is a violation of to the right to privacy and the protection of personal data. That is why the 2017 Intelligence Act needs to be amended. This law lacks a...
Civil society organisations push for full transparency of political ads online to avoid misleading and disguised ads, which can easily distort political preferences.