How technology is changing the harassment of journalists — and what newsrooms can do about it
A study of mob censorship of journalists, and how media organizations and platforms are responding.
How secure are journalists’ favorite transcription tools?
Journalistic work often depends on transcription services for creating written logs of recorded audio, from assisting in research to captioning videos to publication of interviews. But uploading audio to a transcription service means giving a copy of that — sometimes sensitive — recording over to a company.
Journalism’s treacherous relationship with email
In journalistic work, email introduces needless risk. But it's also tough to avoid. We must think through when and how to switch to different channels.
Our Digital Security Team discusses arrests of U.S. journalists in 2020
Freedom of the Press Foundation recently released a report detailing a record number of arrests throughout 2020 based on comprehensive data gathered by the U.S. Press Freedom Tracker, a …
U.S. election security incidents were minimal — and now it gets messy
While there is now little evidence of U.S. election malfeasance, there's still so much more we can do.
Security considerations for confidential tip pages
How journalists can safely make the most of their confidential tip pages.
Keeping your home Wi-Fi router reasonably secure
Learn about how to tighten your home Wi-Fi router's security settings.
What we know about video conferencing with Slack
Learn about the security, privacy, and anti-abuse measures of the Slack video chat platform.
Wear a mask, then cover your face with Signal
Learn how to blur faces in photos with Signal, the encrypted messaging app.
Beyond Signal phone numbers
Something exciting is happening at Signal: Through novel encryption techniques and architecture, we may be moving away from phone numbers as user IDs.