FPF Logo for circles




Caitlin Vogus is the deputy director of advocacy at Freedom of the Press Foundation, where she works to defend and protect press freedoms, journalists, and whistleblowers. Prior to FPF, Caitlin was the deputy director of the Free Expression Project at the Center for Democracy & Technology, a senior staff attorney at the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press, an attorney advisor at the Federal Communications Commission, and a law clerk at the Virginia Court of Appeals. Caitlin received her J.D. from Harvard Law School and bachelor’s degree from the University of Virginia, where she was a student journalist. Caitlin is based in Washington, D.C.


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

Freeze out: Politicians retaliate against the press using public notices

Anti-press lawmakers are attacking the press by yanking contracts to publish public notices or ending requirements to publish notices in newspapers entirely

Finders keepers? Police illegally seize and refuse to return journalists’ equipment

Police seizure of journalists’ equipment outside the newsroom should draw just as much outrage as the raid on the Marion County Record