Congress last week passed the fiscal year 2017 Omnibus Appropriations bill, which provides funding for the federal government for the remainder of the current fiscal year (through September 30, 2017).
In March, the Open Technology Fund continued to both receive a large number of support requests and support a diverse portfolio of internet freedom projects and fellows.
Throughout China, internet users have long been forced to rely on circumvention technologies to access blocked websites.
From the article: “As malware becomes easier for state and non-state attackers to deploy, people who may be targeted need to take extra steps to protect themselves, their information, and the people who are implicated in that information.
In February, the Open Technology Fund continued to both receive a large number of support requests and support a diverse portfolio of internet freedom projects and fellows.
All fellows participating in OTF’s Information Controls Fellowship Program (ICFP) work on topics related to repressive internet censorship and surveillance, but the approach and focus of each fellow’s work is unique.
In this month’s community post, we’re taking time to reflect on the Internet Freedom Festival, the global internet freedom unconference event held this
From the article: “Forensic evidence collected by VirtualRoad.org during the past six months shows how a dedicated group of cyber attackers is actively engaged in denial-of-service attacks, intrusion attempts, spear-phishing campaigns and electron
What is the ICFP?
Chinese (Cantonese) language tutorial on using secure messaging app Signal’s video call feature.