Congressional hearing on Twitter Files shows why conservatives need the PRESS Act
It’s not just the “liberal media” that needs protection from politicians pressuring journalists to burn sources
SCOTUS review of immigration law could criminalize routine journalism
First Amendment dangers extend far beyond immigration reporting
Sources need to know they’re protected when journalists die
Reporter’s privilege can’t just protect reporters
Newsworthy leaks under attack in LA
Powerful groups aim to silence reporting on unauthorized audio despite its clear significance and immediate reverberations.
Congress has a historic chance to protect journalists and whistleblowers in this year’s defense authorization bill
For years, DOJ has abused the Espionage Act against whistleblowers and journalists. A new bill could potentially change that.
How reporters’ emails get got: Case studies in legal requests and hacking
Before potentially burning a source or tipping off a target before you're ready, journalists should know the privacy and security constraints of email — who can see your emails, and when?
How do newsrooms get their news tips? We reviewed over 80 news outlets
We looked at over 80 news sites to measure how different newsrooms can get sensitive tips from sources.
Here's how to share sensitive leaks with the press
Thinking about securely leaking information to news organizations? This guide will show you how.
Why is Chelsea Manning still in jail?
The ongoing detention of Chelsea Manning is inhumane and punitive, and she should be released immediately.