We build tools that protect your privacy and security in the digital world.
Diego analyses a recent study from the Hermes Center covering the use of facial recognition technology at the Italian border.
The OPTF is once again a supporter of Privacy Awareness Week in 2022. We are encouraging people to take a proactive approach to privacy!
Ray Mwareya discusses how surveillance and cyber-harassment in Zimbabwe impacted his life and work as a journalist.
Mallory dives into the concept of trust on the internet. What does trust really mean? And how can things truly be zero-trust?
This article is a part of a series of essays commissioned by the OPTF, written by people from all around the world. Charles Mok is
We need to give internet users more power and choice, and stop dominant tech companies from exploiting people’s digital rights in the name of profit.
We’re putting the power back in your hands — we support the development of free and open-source software that keeps you secure online.