Indian government, faced with massive data breach, targets journalists

Instead of rushing to fix the problem that has exposed the private information of over a billion Indians, it is criminally investigating the journalists who brought it to the public’s attention.


A tribute to James Dolan, co-creator of SecureDrop, who has tragically passed away at age 36

In memory of computer security expert James Dolan, 1981-2017. 

Urgent: Congress will likely vote this week on controversial NSA surveillance powers. Make your voice heard.

Now's the time to call your member of Congress and oppose warrantless spying on Americans.

Introducing Haven, the open source security system in your pocket

Use the sensors in your phone to protect yourself. 

Congress is debating NSA's spying powers. Demand they end warrantless surveillance on Americans.

Republicans want to expand NSA surveillance powers. Don't let them. 

Beyond the blockade

Since 2012, Freedom of the Press Foundation (FPF) has accepted donations on behalf of WikiLeaks readers after Visa, Mastercard and PayPal instituted an extra-legal financial blockade of WikiLeaks in 2011 ...

FOIA The Dead, the transparency site public figures are dying to get into

FOIA The Dead, a transparency project that automates public records requests of notable deceased individuals and publishes the results, is relaunching today as a special project of Freedom of the Press Foundation.

As leak investigations surge, our new lawsuit seeks the Trump admin's guidelines on surveillance of journalists

Leak investigations are up 800% and we have no idea how the Trump administration is targeting journalists.

Protecting net neutrality is an important press freedom issue

The Federal Communications Commission released its proposal to kill net neutrality on Tuesday, which would end the restrictions on internet service providers (ISPs) that attempt to guarantee a free and ...