Free speech is a crucial part of a free and democratic society. So when big tech censorship places limits on our speech, our society becomes less democratic.
Here is everything you ever wanted to ask about representative democracy, but were too afraid to ask.
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.
The EU's TERREG proposal has similar language to regulations used by the Cuban dictatorship to silence activists and artists. Spain-based Cuban activist Yanelys Nuñez Leyva explains how the proposal threatens fundamental rights.
TERREG is compromising EU directive protecting #Whistleblower. It could be used by governments to silence those who leak confidential information. LuxLeaks whistleblower Antoine Deltour is calling on MEPs to vote against the proposal.
Free speech is a fundamental EU right. That’s why we and 60+ other organizations call on the European Parliament to vote down the TERREG proposal.