New York, NY, August 05, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- The project aims to support civil liberties and digital freedom by providing the necessary tools to enhance freedom of speech, access to a censorship free Internet and free research on the Internet. CyberGhost, a “Privacy as Service” company, offers its privacy services to support journalists reporting on the Olympic Games sports events.
With its NO LOGS policy, CyberGhost has gained the trust of more than 9 million users worldwide and is the first in the industry to publish a transparency report.
"We believe in privacy as a basic human right. Those who speak up, research and unveil the truth are at risk. We want to help digital citizens make their voice heard and benefit from our privacy service. CyberGhost supports unrestricted access to transparent information while remaining anonymous. We encourage freedom of speech through undebased journalistic research and access to the free Internet,” says Robert Knapp, co-founder and CEO of CyberGhost.
Individual journalists, press associations and NGO’s reporting from Rio de Janeiro can access the program and receive free premium protection. CyberGhost VPN offers access to more than 650 servers in 30 countries. 400 journalists, the European Digital Rights association and the Association for Technology and Internet have already benefited in the early stage of the program.
CyberGhost invites interested journalists and associations to join the program. To find out more about the benefits, please access: http://dev-www.cyberghostvpn.com/en/journalists-online-protection-program-for-rio