Media Continues to Focus on Snowden Rather Than the Information He's Revealed

The above words, from NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, are revealing: They tell us about a man completely aware of the gravity of his choices, and of the implications of the …

EXCLUSIVE: Guantanamo in New Attorney-Client Mail Controversy in Aftermath of Raid

Guantanamo officials don’t know who are the rightful owners of thousands of pages of legal documents and other materials seized from prisoners during a raid at the communal camp in …

Encryption Works: How to Protect Your Privacy (And Your Sources) in the Age of NSA Surveillance

The stories of how NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden first contacted journalists Glenn Greenwald and Laura Poitras (both Freedom of the Press Foundation board members), and how he communicated with the …

Over 150 filmmakers and photojournalists call on major camera manufacturers to build encryption into their cameras

Camera manufacturers need to build in encryption to protect filmmakers and photojournalists.

Introducing Secure The News, an automated tool tracking the adoption of HTTPS encryption across news websites

HTTPS protects reader privacy, security, and prevents censorship. We're tracking its adoption.

Signal, the secure messaging app: A guide for beginners

Ever wanted to encrypt your calls and texts? With Signal, you can. This guide shows you how.

Here's how to share sensitive leaks with the press

Thinking about securely leaking information to news organizations? This guide will show you how.

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. 

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.

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.