News Organizations & Digital Security: Solutions to Surveillance Post-Snowden



Freedom of the Press Foundation—along with Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press and Open Technology Institute—co-host a conference on journalism and digital security in Washington DC focusing on how news organizations and reporters can use technology and encryption to better protect their sources in the post-Snowden age.

Real-World Encryption Problems

Leak investigations are at a record high and national security journalists now often work under a shadow of surveillance. By knowing the stakes and how to respond to them, reporters can assess the risks, and still keep their sources relatively safe. This panel discusses current and future unsolved digital security problems in journalism.

Beyond PGP: Protecting Reporters on an Institutional Level

Beyond encrypting individual…

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