Thanks

EFF would like to thank the individual donors, companies, and organizations below for supporting our tireless efforts to defend users' rights. Whether through legacy gifts, fundraisers, in-kind donations, strategic grants, or organizational memberships, we're grateful for contributions to the movement for digital civil liberties.

 

Legacy Donors

The Electronic Frontier Foundation gratefully acknowledges donors who have made a planned gift this year in support of civil liberties online.

Stanley Austin Orrell worked for many years in cybersecurity and also opened one of the first ISPs in Albuquerque, NM. A hallmark of his business was to further digital rights and privacy. Gifts to the Electronic Frontier Foundation in honor of Stanley Austin Orrell can be made here.

 

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Organizational Members

Donations from businesses and other organizations allow EFF to address challenges to digital freedom wherever we are needed most. While EFF does not endorse private companies or their products, we're grateful for their contributions in support of our digital rights work.

If your company is interested in protecting digital freedom as an EFF organizational member, please contact Nicole Puller.

Special Sustaining Member

Private Internet Access is a leading sustaining financial supporter of EFF's work and has participated in many crucial Internet activism campaigns, including the fight to protect encryption, the successful campaign to sunset mass surveillance provisions from the Patriot Act, and Fight for the Future's Reset the Net day of privacy activism. Private Internet Access' has made many contributions to the fight for digital rights and we are grateful for the support.

 

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