Statement: The biggest threat to cybersecurity and the Internet is mass surveillance
On 16 April, 9 a.m., Free Press Unlimited, Bits of Freedom, ARTICLE 19, Greenhost and La Quadrature du Net held a press conference prior to the...
‘The Elephant in the Room’ – Mass Surveillance
On 16 April, 9 a.m., the partners will be organising a press conference prior to the opening of GCCS at World Forum by Dutch Prime Minister Rutte....
Who owns the Internet? We do!
Big deal, you might think, that politicians and policy makers from 100 countries worldwide are holding meetings about the internet for two days....
10 months in prison
A court has convicted Hicham for adultery and facilitation of prostitution and subsequently sentenced him to 10 months in prison and a fine of 3731...
These seven Moroccan human rights defenders are on trial
Five of them are charged with “threatening the internal security of the State” and face up to five years in prison.
Free Press Unlimited wants public dialogue on internet governance
With the publication of the Our Space video series, Free Press Unlimited seeks to stimulate a public discussion on cyberspace issues ahead of the...
New: Whistleblowers are now able to leak safely and anonymously to the Mexican media
Investigative journalists in Mexico have a new and powerful tool at their disposal in the fight against corruption and other abuses: the digital...
Geuzenpenning award for Free Press Unlimited
On Friday 13 March Free Press Unlimited was awarded the Geuzenpenning.
Outcomes international media meeting in Kiev 24-27 September
Journalists, media specialists and organisations supporting press freedom from the post-Soviet region met in Kiev
Free Press Unlimited strategic partner Dutch Ministry
Good news for press freedom! Free Press Unlimited will become one of the strategic partners of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Netherlands.
Free Press Unlimited receives Geuzenpenning 2015
The Board of the ‘Geuzenpenning’ Foundation grants Free Press Unlimited with the Geuzenpenning 2015.
A black day for the freedom of speech
Today, the 7th of january, is, besides an awful personal drama, a black day for the freedom of speech.