We're proud of the following organizations that have signed LFP's Digital Privacy Pledge to move all services under their control to HTTPS.
New York Library Association
The NYLA is the first statewide organization of librarians in the United States
A non-profit digital library offering free universal access to books, movies, & music
Council on Library & Information Resources
A non-profit working to enhance research, teaching, and learning
Ottawa Public Library
Serving Ottawa, Ontario, the OPL is the largest bilingual library in North America
San Rafael Public Library
Engage, empower, and enrich our community through innovation and imagination
University of California at Davis
One of the world's leading cross-disciplinary research and teaching institutions
Software for libraries to manage, share and search their resources in an integrated system
Equinox Software, Inc
Equinox Open Library Initiative is a non-profit serving libraries with open source technologies.
Open Library of Humanities
A non-profit open access publisher for the humanities and social sciences
Search and read books and create your own reading shelf. Discover classic and new releases.
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“DHS (Department of Homeland Security) fought to stop libraries from using privacy technology, but @LibraryFreedom beat them. Librarians are badass.”
Edward SnowdenBoard Chairman, Freedom of the Press Foundation