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Projects We Support

While the Senate released the executive summary of the CIA torture report, there are still over 6,000 pages of the main report that remain classified. Many names, dates, and places remain redacted. This project seeks to fill in many of the holes still left in the story.

Crowd-funding for open-source encryption tools that can better protect the communications of journalists and sources: Open WhisperSystems, Tails, Tor Project and the LEAP Encryption Access Project. Donate to support these vital tools here.

WikiLeaks is an independent, not-for-profit online publisher that works to defend freedom of speech, media publishing and the improvement of our common historical record. Make a tax-deductible donation to WikiLeaks here.

1,600+ people donated over $100,000 to place professional stenographers in Ft. Meade to transcribe the entire Chelsea Manning leak trial when the military refused to release their own transcripts. Read every word from the trial here.

Funded cutting-edge investigative journalism projects: The Bureau of Investigative Journalism, The Center for Public Integrity, Truthout, and Wikileaksto report on secret US drone strikes, Guantanamo Bay, and Pentagon spending. Read more about this campaign here.

Enabled crowd-funded donations to innovative journalism organizations dedicated to transparency and accountability: Wikileaks, Muckrock News, The National Security Archive, and The Uptake. See the results of this campaign here.

Crowd-funding for these transparency journalism and whistleblower organizations so they can get SecureDrop: BalkanLeaks, Cryptome, Firedoglake, and Government Accountability Project.

“A cantankerous press, an obstinate press, a ubiquitous press must be suffered by those in authority in order to preserve the even greater values of freedom of expression and the right of the people to know.”

—Judge Murray Gurfein, Pentagon Papers case, June 17, 1971