The Alliance for Encryption in Latin America and the Caribbean, ACLAC, together with Cultivando Género; Electronic Frontier Foundation, EFF; Instituto de Pesquisa em Direito e Tecnologia do Recife, IP.rec and the movement Mujeres Vivas y Libres, held a Workshop, led by experts from the region and assisted by a multistakeholder audience, where it was addressed encryption as a promoter and protector of reproductive rights and privacy and personal data protection.
In June, the month of vindication of rights and freedoms by LGBTIQ+ groups, the Alliance for Encryption in Latin America and the Caribbean will hold a workshop for which experts and activists from all over the region will be joining, and will discuss about the importance of encryption, and the effectiveness of this tool for protecting rights and freedom over the Internet.
AC-LAC together with e-LAC are holding a session in which regional and international experts and representatives discuss the importance of encryption and the need to implement a public agenda in favor of this online security tool in Latin America.
The Panamanian Institute of Law and New Technologies (IPANDETEC) is the 32nd institution to join the AC LAC in the mission of promoting and defending encryption in the region, to strengthen it and generate an ecosystem of trust, security, and stability in Internet.
Fundação Getulio Vargas Law School is the 31st institution to join AC LAC and its mission to collectively build capacities and knowledge and create a proactive agenda to promote and defend encryption in the region, which strengthens and generates an ecosystem of trust. , security and stability on the Internet.
There are already 30 organizations gathered in the AC LAC, committed to the mission of collective construction of capacity and knowledge, and to advance in a proactive agenda to promote and defend encryption in the region, which strengthens it and generates an ecosystem of trust, security, and stability on the Internet.
It is the 27th member organization of this coalition that seeks to preserve and extend the use of strong encryption in the region.
It is the Instituto Liberdade Digital, from Brazil, which joins as member number 26 of this coalition that seeks to preserve and extend the use of strong encryption in the region.
Weakening encryption makes private communications insecure and risks the security of those who need it most. AC-LAC, along with 57 other organizations from around the world, signed an open letter urging the British government to rethink its stance on attacking encryption.
AC LAC welcomes 3 new organizations, from various sectors and countries in the region: IFGICT (Global); Openlab (Ecuador); Socialtic (Mexico)