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It’s official: #NoLove4USGov

Huge victory for Lauri Love - and for Courage - as US concedes that "oppressive" extradition will not go ahead

Confinement by proxy: the UK continues arbitrary confinement of journalist as threats from US prosecution escalate

The battle for Julian Assange’s freedom continues as a judge has ruled his confinement has been proportionate and in the public interest. The defensive and harsh ruling comes a day after it was revealed that Swedish prosecutors attempted to close their investigation into Assange in 2013, but UK prosecutors dissuaded them from doing so

Victory: High Court rejects Lauri Love extradition

“This ruling is a massive victory for free expression online, for the fair treatment of neurodiverse people and for those of us who have drawn attention to the dire treatment of hackers and information activists in the United States.”

Reality Winner denied bail, raising concerns for trial

In the latest ruling in the government's favour, judges claimed Reality was a "flight risk" despite her ankle bracelet, and cited her support for Julian Assange and Edward Snowden as evidence against her. Reality will have to continue to wait for trial in prison

Statement: Courage Trustee Renata Avila on new developments in Julian Assange’s arbitrary detention

"Ecuador's decision to grant nationality to Julian Assange is a welcome step, but we're still a long way from resolving this situation."

2017 – a year in Courage

It's been a busy year. Read our bulletin from the front lines of the war for information and support us and our beneficiaries through the coming year

Barrett Brown, Rev. Love and more discuss Lauri’s case before tomorrow’s hearing

Barrett explains the conditions he endured in US prisons and why Lauri would be at even greater risk, while Rev. Love and others discuss problems with the US-UK Extradition Treaty and the disparity in how the two countries treat computer crimes