Highlights of our round-table discussion of the 13th of October.
Digital technology for freedom of information, this was the theme of round table of the 13th of October.
Sharing knowledge is at the heart of Nothing2Hide’s mandate. Since 2017, we have been publishing and sharing our training and conference materials under a Creative Commons license.
On the occasion of the World Telecommunication and Information Society Day, Nothing2Hide took part in a workshop organized by our partner The Kyrgyz Internet Society.
Our Tech4press project copies, adapts and deploys. : we are proud to collaborate with ISOK on the Tech4Society project to support activists, journalists and civil society on digital security issues.
When it comes to digital security, what does a journalist from West Africa, a Syrian journalist based in Turkey, and a French journalist on a reporting trip to Kashmir have in common? Answer: Very little. Each of them is working in completely different environments. They all need to protect their data, their communications, and their […]
Many digital freedom organisations, mainly from the US (Access, FSF, Mozilla, GNOME, etc.), are funded by or collaborating with Google or Facebook. Those two private companies make their living by selling their user personal data with complete disregard for their privacy.
We are particularly proud to announce that Nothing2Hide is now a member organization of the Global Investigative Journalist Network (GIJN).
Last February, Jawad, the founder and chief editor of Souriatna, our friend, contacted and asked us for support.
Next June and July will be the 21st FIFA World Cup. On this occasion, journalists from all over the world will visit Russia, the host country for the event. Ranked 148th out of 180 in RWB’s global press freedom index, Russia has one of the world’s most effective digital surveillance arsenals. A few precautions are […]