The Library Freedom Project is a syndicate of librarians, technologists, attorneys, and privacy advocates dedicated to eliminating mass surveillance from our libraries and communities.
What does the Library Freedom Project do?
We believe privacy is a basic human right, and that for information to be truly free, it has to be publicly available without being tracked.
We educate our communities on privacy best practices, why privacy matters, and how to be a safer citizen on the web.
We believe maintaining our privacy is critical to our everyday lives, and spread the word over numerous mediums.
Along with our vast community of friends and partners, we rally and organize for privacy-related causes.
We take action against governments and organizations that act against the interest of our privacy.
“DHS (Department of Homeland Security) fought to stop libraries from using privacy technology, but @LibraryFreedom beat them. Librarians are badass.”
Edward SnowdenBoard Chairman, Freedom of the Press Foundation