July 11, 2012 | By Jillian York

EFF Joins the International Freedom of Expression eXchange

EFF is proud to announce that we've joined the International Freedom of Expression eXchange (IFEX) as a 2012 interim member. IFEX is a network of more than 90 independent organizations in more than 50 countries worldwide that works to expose free expression violations around the world.

By joining IFEX, EFF will have streamlined access to information from grassroots organizations around the globe fighting for free expression and will be able to contribute our expertise and our voice in working toward our shared goals. IFEX counts as members esteemed organizations as the Committee to Protect Journalists, Privacy International, and Reporters Without Borders, among many others.

We're thrilled to become members of IFEX and look forward to participating in the year to come.  For more information, you can join IFEX's mailing list or follow them on Twitter or Facebook.


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