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Selected pieces written about us:

Librarians won’t stay quiet about government surveillance. By Andrea Peterson in the Washington Post.

Librarians on the vanguard of the anti-surveillance movement. By Cory Doctorow in Boing Boing.

Recognizing my library heroes of 2014. By Barbara Fister in Library Journal.

Boston library projects land $700,000 from Knight Foundation to teach public about privacy and city data.
 By George LeVines in BetaBoston.

Alison Macrina named one of Library Journal’s 2015 Movers and Shakers.

Librarians vs the NSA.
 By Zoë Carpenter in The Nation.

Librarians: Privacy’s champions.
 By Cory Doctorow in Boing Boing.

Public libraries will operate Tor exit nodes to make the service more secure.
 By Jason Koebler in Motherboard.

Crypto activists announce vision for Tor exit relay in every library.
 By Cyrus Farivar in Ars Technica.

Selected media appearances:

WBUR Boston’s Radio Boston interview with Alison Macrina, 2015/05/18.

On the Media’s “Librarians Vs. The Patriot Act”, 2015/06/05.

Selected pieces written by us:

Radical librarianship: How ninja librarians are ensuring patrons’ electronic privacy. By Alison Macrina and April Glaser in Boing Boing.

Librarians are dedicated to user privacy; the tech they have to use is not. By April Glaser and Alison Macrina in Slate.

Why we need to encrypt the whole web…library websites too. By Alison Macrina in LITA blog.

The Library Freedom Project: Bringing privacy and anonymity to libraries . By Alison Macrina in the Tor Project blog.

Strong passwords for privacy and security. By Alison Macrina for Choose Privacy Week.

The Tor Browser and Intellectual Freedom in the Digital Age. By Alison Macrina in Reference and User Services Quarterly.