At Amnesty Tech, we believe it’s time technology puts people and human rights first.

We’re a movement of 10 million people, and we’ve plugged hackers, coders, data scientists and technologists into our team too.

We investigate. We campaign. We work to change policy. We fight for justice. We hold the powerful to account. We’re setting the agenda for the future of human rights and technology to:

Rewire the internet to put people and human rights first, ensuring Big Tech is effectively regulated to protect human rights, and companies are more transparent and more accountable.

Resist the use of technology to silence activists, preventing unlawful surveillance, censorship and internet shutdowns.

Rewrite the code to protect human rights, ensuring discrimination and bias are no longer programmed into algorithms that make life-changing decisions about us.

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What we read, who we know, where we go, even what we think. Our every move is constantly tracked by a handful of powerful companies, including Meta and Google.

The more time we spend scrolling on their platforms, the more data they collect and the more money they can make. This surveillance business model leads to the amplification of inflammatory and hateful content with devastating real-world consequences.

At Amnesty Tech, we’re exposing the harm Big Tech’s surveillance business model causes and campaigning to ensure these companies are effectively regulated to protect human rights,  while also pushing these companies to become more transparent and more accountable.