At Freedom of the Press Foundation, it is our mission to protect the privacy and security of 21st century journalists.
We deliver digital security trainings to news organizations, freelance and citizen journalists, and other at-risk groups. With education and advocacy, we aim to protect press freedoms through the adoption of the tools and practices included in our trainings.
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Take a crash course in some of the tools you can use to analyze, manipulate, and scrub media metadata.
The browser extension Mailvelope provides users with a simple and accessible introduction to email encryption.
So, you’ve been arrested at an event. You’re taken to the police station and your phone is confiscated. When you’re let out, you realize someone has gone through your digital belongings. What now?
From song lyrics to rolling dice, here's a quick reference guide for making it easier to choose a safe passphrase based on the devices and applications you're using.
A Virtual Private Network (VPN) is an essential tool for protecting your online activity. Figuring out which VPN to use and finding security among the snake oil can be a challenge. This guide will show you what to look for when shopping for a VPN.
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Need to bring your phone to a protest, but worried it may be confiscated? Our infographic lists eight steps you can take to secure your mobile phone before you walk out the door.
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While attending an organized action, your mobile device is at risk of being tampered with by authorities. You can minimize the consequences of a mobile phone confiscation by following the steps in our visual guide.
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We offer in-person training on various privacy and security tools for media organizations and individual journalists. If you're interested in getting some help, please put in a request through this form.
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