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Incredible news: President Obama has commuted the sentence of whistleblower Chelsea Manning

Brave whistleblower Chelsea Manning will be released from prison on May 17th, rather than in 2045. 

Chelsea Manning speaks from behind bars in new podcast

Amnesty International released a podcast with Chelsea Manning today. Listen here.

Tor Challenge Inspires 1,635 Tor Relays

Good news for whistleblowers, journalists, and everyone who likes to browse the Internet with an added cloak of privacy: the Tor network got a little stronger. Tor—software that lets you ...

Chelsea Manning Thanks Freedom of the Press Foundation for Court Transcripts

Imprisoned WikiLeaks whistleblower Chelsea (formerly Bradley) Manning sent a letter to the Freedom of the Press Foundation, thanking us for our successful campaign to transcribe and bring transparency to her ...

Here's How You Can Join Us in Calling For NSA Reform in Congress

Today, Freedom of the Press Foundation is proud to join organizations worldwide in opposing mass, suspicionless surveillance. We’re at a turning point in the fight for surveillance reform. Thanks to ...

WikiLeaks v. "The Fifth Estate" -- Facts and Fiction in the New Hollywood Movie

Roundtable Discussion Hosted by Freedom of the Press Foundation

Freedom of the Press Foundation Launches SecureDrop, an Open-Source Submission Platform for Whistleblowers

October 15, 2013 San Francisco, CA: Freedom of the Press Foundation has taken charge of the DeadDrop project, an open-source whistleblower submission system originally coded by the late transparency ...

How we crowd-sourced transcripts of the entire Manning court martial

On May 9, 2013, we made a bold claim on this website. We promised to crowd-fund enough money to hire independent court reporters to provide transcripts of the entire Manning ...

Freedom of the Press Foundation Condemns the Egregious Sentence of Bradley Manning

Bradley Manning, the army intelligence analyst who brought hundreds of thousands of documents to the public through the whistleblower website WikiLeaks, was sentenced today to 35 years in prison. (You ...

Bradley Manning Did Not Hurt the United States

In his sentencing hearing yesterday, Bradley Manning took the stand and apologized for the "hurt" he inflicted on the United States. While the legal strategy of Manning’s attorney at this ...