Remembering John Perry Barlow, co-founder of Freedom of the Press Foundation and Internet pioneer. 1947-2018
John Perry Barlow, founder of Freedom of the Press Foundation, has passed away.
Freedom of the Press Foundation is launching an online archives collection in partnership with Archive-It, a service developed by the Internet Archive to help organizations preserve online content. Our collection, focusing on news outlets we deem to be especially vulnerable to "billionaire problem," aims to preserve sites in their entirety before their archives can be taken down or manipulated.
Unconstitutional “ag-gag” laws criminalize journalism and insulate factory farms from accountability
“Ag-gag” laws are intended to protect the animal agriculture industry from public scrutiny by attempting to criminalize journalists and whistleblowers who expose its operating conditions.
Trump took a pledge to defend the United States Constitution. Instead, he has spent the first year of his presidency incessantly attacking the First Amendment and the free press it is intended to support.
34 arrests, 44 physical attacks, and more chilling numbers from the U.S. Press Freedom Tracker's first year
Counting 2017 press freedom violations in the United States.
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.
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.
Use the sensors in your phone to protect yourself.