The 5th of July Foundation provides tools that enhance internet users’ security, privacy and liberty.
The foundation took its name from the UN Human Rights Council’s First Resolution on Internet Free Speech, which was adopted by 71 countries on the 5th of July 2012.
The 5th of July Foundation was founded by Swedish internet veterans and has its base in Sweden, but with its contributing members spread across different countries – read more about us here.
Our tools for internet security, privacy and liberty
Integrity VPN is our high-end anonymizing service.
Flashbox is our free disposable email service.
Our Jabber server is free for everyone to use.
We keep track on the state of the internet worldwide
News in English
Former Pirate Party chief of staff in the European Parliament, Henrik “HAX” Alexandersson, edits our international news blog (currently on a hiatus).
News in Swedish
Our Swedish news site Femte juli keeps a critical eye on internet politics in Sweden and provides summaries of worldwide news stories.
Our Swedish podcast is where we discuss internet politics in depth, as well as report from international events and interview awesome internet personalities.