Behind the headlines.
Privacy is always in play. From our smartphones to our classrooms, from our laptops to our lounge rooms: the ways we watch, shop, read, and relax are balancing on a tightrope between privacy and convenience.
Read all our latest opinion pieces, current affairs reports, and press releases.
A new report from the PJCIS, a powerful intelligence and security committee, is the latest chapter in the ongoing debate on press freedom in Australia.
RightsCon Online 2020 was chock-full of interesting and engaging panels, labs, and workshops. The Loki team recap some of their personal favorites.
Loki Foundation chair Simon Harman ran a RightsCon 2020 panel on collaborating to create secure tools. Read up on all the highlights!
Social media platform TikTok has taken the world by storm — but now it’s facing scrutiny for allegedly questionable data privacy practices.
Protesting often means walking a fine line between making yourself heard and keeping yourself safe. And sometimes, staying safe means staying anonymous.
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?
This World Press Freedom Day, the stories of two Pakistani journalists are a timely reminder of why we need journalism without fear or favour.
With kids around the world in COVID-19 lockdown, parents are looking for ways to keep their children safe online. But is a hands-on approach always best?
COVID-19 contact tracing could save lives and get Australians back to normal life much sooner. Simon Harman, Loki Foundation chairperson, elaborates.
COVID-19 contact tracing efforts are raising privacy concerns in Australia and around the world. Simon Harman, Loki Foundation chairperson, weighs in.
The COVID-19 crisis has workplaces, schools, and universities scrambling to provide remote collaboration tools. But which tools put your privacy first?
The COVID-19 pandemic is a disaster of unprecedented proportions — but the response risks setting a whole new range of dangerous privacy precedents.
The Australian Information Commissioner has launched a $500BN suit against Facebook for privacy violations — an important step towards more privacy for all.
In February 2020, the Loki Foundation participated in the Crypto and Blockchain 2020 and Beyond blockchain meetup, and got some airtime on Triple-R.
Data Privacy Day is here! The Loki Foundation is an official 2020 #PrivacyAware Champion. Read 9 tips for staying private online — time to #OwnYourPrivacy.