Liberties' 'Online Civic Space Report 2023' shows that the EU and its member states have not been able to fulfill their obligation to protect and enable citizens to freely exercise their fundamental rights in the digital space.
A monthly round-up of Liberties' work: rule of law gap analysis, the hits and misses of the latest Media Freedom Act draft, and Poland's brighter future.
The Commission is accused of using prohibited ads and giving select AI industry stakeholders special access to the legislative process.
A monthly round-up of Liberties' work: run-up to Media Freedom Act EP plenary vote, AI Act still falling short, and new series launched on knowledge hub.
For an activist working in the public eye in 2023, an inbox filled with hate speech, bogus lawsuits, and having your phone number or address posted online have become hazards of the job. Will the Digital Services Act make online activism safer?
Over 60 human rights organizations call on European lawmakers to ensure that the Artificial Intelligence Act is fully coherent with rule of law standards, including transparency, accountability, and access to justice.
AI is a part of everyday life, and how we choose to regulate it will shape our societies. EU lawmakers must use this opportunity to craft a law that harnesses the opportunities without undermining the protection of our rights or the rule of law.
A monthly round-up of Liberties' work: how not to talk about climate change, different types of activism, and why our right to privacy is more important than ever.
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