If you are working with in a country that censors and surveils use of the Internet, these tools can help.


  • Allows users to access blocked sites in countries where the internet is censored, without installing additional software. Psiphon turns a regular home computer into a personal, encrypted server capable of retrieving and displaying web pages anywhere. You can then give out access to friends and contacts who live in a censored internet environment.

  • Tor

    Tor protects you by encrypting your communications and bouncing them around a distributed network of relays run by volunteers all around the world. It works with many of your existing applications, including web browsers, instant messaging clients, remote login, and other applications based on the internet's TCP protocol.

  • Riseup offers free webmail to activists around the world and takes great care in securing the information stored on their servers. They have long been a trusted resources for activists in need of secure email solutions.

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