Journalism

Surveillance tech: How it stalked its way into our lives

August 15, 2022 / Wesley Sukh

In a world that strives for digital privacy, surveillance capitalism has ultimately tricked us into inviting spyware and data-mining tech into our daily lives.

Interview with CoverDrop author Dan

August 07, 2022 / Kee Jefferys

At PETS, Kee sat down with Dan, one of the authors of the CoverDrop paper which proposes a secure method for initial contact between journalists and sources or whistleblowers.

Interview with researcher Mariano Di Martino

August 03, 2022 / Kee Jefferys

Kee sat down with Mariano at the Privacy Enhancing Technology Symposium to discuss his paper on the security practices of companies which hold personal data covered by the GDPR.

Interview with Moby author Amogh Pradeep

August 01, 2022 / Kee Jefferys

Kee sat down with Amogh Pradeep at the Privacy Enhancing Technology Symposium to have a chat about Moby

Privacy propaganda: The war on encryption

Privacy propaganda: The war on encryption

June 23, 2021 / Alex Linton

Encryption is vital to defending digital privacy, but it’s being painted as the villain of the tech world. Push back against the anti-encryption agenda.

Confirming identities online

Confirming identities online

January 10, 2020 / admin

Staying private online is important for everyone — but for some, it can be crucial. Learn how to confirm who you’re talking to while staying anonymous.

How to make an anonymous tip — and stay safe

How to make an anonymous tip — and stay safe

January 06, 2020 / Alex Linton

Staying safe is the number one priority if you’re a whistleblower. Learn how to tip off journalists while keeping yourself safe.

Session and Australia’s Laws to Circumvent Secure Communications

Session and Australia’s Laws to Circumvent Secure Communications

January 02, 2020 / admin

Governments around the world are seeking backdoors to access encrypted communications. We have kept a close eye on the evolving laws that aim to do this.

Freelance and independent journalism: How do you stay safe?

Freelance and independent journalism: How do you stay safe?

December 31, 2019 / Alex Linton

Independent journalists often search for and publish things someone wants kept quiet. That's what journalism is for — but it's important for journalists to stay safe and secure.

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