Major news outlets must push Biden DOJ to drop Assange charges — their press freedom rights are at stake
As major news organizations are meet with the the Department of Justice today to discuss the recent journalist surveillance scandals, it’s vitally important that they press the Attorney General to drop the prosecution of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. If the case continues, it would render the new press freedom progress worthless.
In a sea change for press freedom, Biden administration vows not to spy on reporters doing their job
The Biden admin, following the revelation of several scandals involving the DOJ spying on journalists, says it will end the practice.
The U.S. Press Freedom Tracker has published an overview of a truly remarkable year’s worth of press freedom violations during nationwide protests. The Tracker builds on individually reported incidents to provide the definitive telling of the crackdown on journalists that emerged alongside the protests.
Through this widely used open source platform, we are enabling whistleblowers to communicate anonymously and securely with news organizations.
U.S. Press Freedom Tracker
We are systematically documenting press freedom violations in the United States. A partnership with the Committee to Protect Journalists and leading press freedom groups.
Secure the News
To protect readers and journalists, we are tracking and promoting the adoption of HTTPS by news organizations.
Archive the News
By archiving threatened outlets, we are preventing billionaires from deciding what news is fit to stay online.
An open source app that anyone can use to protect personal spaces and possessions using a smartphone. A partnership with the Guardian Project.
In order to make the public aware of its importance, we are highlighting news stories that are only possible thanks to the Freedom of Information Act.