We build tools that protect your privacy and security in the digital world.
During the early days, the internet itself was a public interest technology. All the OPTF’s work is underpinned by the public interest.
Freedom of expression is essential to preserving democracy and human rights all around the world. The OPTF is proud to have completed the Ground Safe report, a study analysing the digital security needs and practices of human rights defenders.
Protesting often means walking a fine line between making yourself heard and keeping yourself safe. And sometimes, staying safe means staying anonymous.
More than ever before, misinformation campaigns are jeopardising the democratic process in countries around the world. How can we protect our democracies?
Loki Foundation chair Simon Harman ran a RightsCon 2020 panel on collaborating to create secure tools. Read up on all the highlights!
Facebook is throwing its hat into the videoconferencing ring with the new Messenger Rooms. But is the new platform’s “privacy-first” approach good enough?
We’re putting the power back in your hands — we support the development of free and open-source software that keeps you secure online.