House bill on Section 702 would enlarge government’s power to spy on journalists

It’s not too late for the Senate to refuse to reauthorize Section 702 without meaningful reforms to protect Americans’ privacy

Durbin should help stop surveillance expansion

FPF’s Cusack, Stern appeal to their senator in Chicago Sun-Times

Rights orgs to Georgia AG: Stop criminalizing dissent and privacy

Attempts to criminalize "burner" phones and other tools commonly used by journalists and activists are dangerous and unconstitutional

Web filters block students from reading the news

Schools are already censoring journalism. If Congress has its way, social media will too

Secret spying program underscores need for surveillance reform

It’s time for Congress to put an end to warrantless surveillance of communications by journalists and other Americans

Leading researcher: Strong encryption protects journalism

FPF celebrates Global Encryption Day by asking researcher Susan McGregor to explain how and why end-to-end encryption shields journalists and confidential sources

Bills threaten encrypted platforms used by journalists

Three bills in Congress would undermine end-to-end encryption, endangering secure communication for reporters and sources

It’s time to rein in Pegasus and halt spying on journalists

The United States could do more to combat spyware used by governments to surveil the press

Data broker loophole threatens journalists and whistleblowers

Congress should stop law enforcement and intelligence agencies from buying their way around the Fourth Amendment

Congress has reintroduced the PRESS Act. Now lawmakers must pass it.

The federal shield law bill would protect journalists, confidential sources, and the American people’s right to know