Aeryn Palmer

  1. Wikimedia Foundation releases new transparency report, online and in print

    The newly-issued report covers information about requests we received in the first six months of 2017.... Read more

  2. Update: Wikimedia’s petition against the global extension of search engine delistings

    No single country or region should be able to control what information the entire world may access.... Read more

  3. Wikimedia Foundation v. NSA: Why we’re here and where we’re going

    The Wikimedia Foundation’s mission is to support the communities of readers and contributors who share and consume information on Wikipedia and the other free-knowledge projects. Privacy and anonymity are crucial to the free sharing of knowledge. Mass surveillance erodes our privacy and individualism, and undermines our expressive and associational freedoms. ... Read more

  4. Victory at the Fourth Circuit: Court of Appeals allows Wikimedia Foundation v. NSA to proceed

    The decision marks an important victory for the privacy and free expression rights of Wikimedia users.... Read more

  5. Wikimedia Foundation releases first transparency report of 2017

    The newly-issued report covers information about requests we received between July and December 2016.... Read more

  6. Announcing the Wikimedia Foundation’s updated Donor Privacy Policy

    Protecting the personal information of users, donors, and community members around the globe is a top priority.... Read more

  7. Wikimedia Foundation v. NSA update: Hearing at the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals

    We will continue advocating for the privacy and expression rights of the Wikimedia communities, which enable users to freely create and share knowledge.... Read more

  8. Wikimedia Foundation files petition against decision to extend the ‘right to be forgotten’ globally

    The Wikimedia Foundation has filed a petition with the French Supreme Court in support of access to knowledge.... Read more

  9. Wikimedia Foundation v. NSA update: appeal hearing scheduled

    The next hearing in our case against the United States National Security Agency and others over the U.S. government’s Upstream surveillance practices will take place on December 8, 2016, at the US Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia.... Read more

  10. Wikimedia Foundation supports anonymous online speech in letter to California Supreme Court

    The Wikimedia Foundation has filed a letter supporting anonymous online speech, asking the California Supreme Court to review a case about unmasking online commenters.... Read more