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Digital rights means different things to different people: From digital rights management to digital human rights. This post shall give you an overview on these different concepts. We will take a look how the focus on digital rights has shifted in the last 20 years and what are the challenges of applying such rights in cyberspace.

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Réseaux des Défenseurs des Droits Humains (REDHAC) soutient les défenseurs qui travaillent sur les droits ou questions suivantes.

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NGO  |   Advocacy  |   Digital activism  |  
Organization Logo: Access Now

Access Now defends and extends the digital rights of users at risk around the world. By combining innovative policy, global advocacy, and direct technical support, they fight for open and secure communications for all.

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Consultants Hugh Mouser, Lisa Vickers, Eugene Flynn, and Florian Engel have researched and compiled a spreadsheet that objectively compares all the e-campaigning software options available on the market. The information has been checked with these providers wherever possible.

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NGO  |   LGBTQ+ people's rights  |  

I Freedom Uganda provides a free and secure Internet Environment where the marginalized members of the Ugandan LGBTI and sex workers communities can freely express themselves without any fear of risk and reprisal from state agencies and other dangerous hacking groups.

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Security  |   Software  |   Cryptocat 

Cryptocat is an accessible app that allows encrypted chat in browsers and mobile phones. Everything is encrypted before it leaves the computer. Even the Cryptocat network itself can’t read messages. Cryptocat is open source, free software, developed by encryption professionals to make privacy accessible to everyone.

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NGO  |   Capacity building  |   Digital activism  |  

The Association for Progressive Communications (APC)’s mission is to empower and support organizations, social movements and individuals in and through the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs) to build strategic communities and initiatives for the purpose of making meaningful contributions to equitable human development, social justice, participatory political processes and environmental sustainability.

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