Introducing 1Password for Democracy

Introducing 1Password for Democracy

Matt Davey by Matt Davey on

The last couple of years have been politically turbulent, whatever your views, and whichever country you find yourself in. Among all the debate, data breaches, and upheaval, one thing that’s consistently important is the need to keep information secure, and in the right hands.

We want to help you do that. Whether you’re running for office, ensuring elections run fairly, or protecting people’s rights, we’d like to offer you a completely free 1Password account to thank you for the essential work you do for society.

1Password can help keep your information secure by generating and storing a strong unique password for everything you do. Our business accounts allow you to securely share passwords with others on your team, add temporary guests to your account, and improve the password habits of everybody in your organisation. In addition, tools like Travel Mode can help you keep your information private when crossing borders, by temporarily removing it from your devices.

Strong passwords won’t solve everything, but maybe we can help

Privacy, democracy, and free speech are incredibly important, and if you’re fighting for any of those things, we want to support you in the best way we can: by helping you stay safe online.

“We founded 1Password with the goal of protecting peoples’ right to privacy - the right to have their personal information kept away from those that would seek to do harm with it.

I am proud that 1Password can be there for those fighting for democratic rights, and that we can help to mitigate some of the risk that comes with protecting privileged information.” — Roustem Karimov - Founder of 1Password

Apply for your free 1Password account

If you’re fighting to protect democracy and people’s rights, apply for your free 1Password account today. Eligibility is assessed case by case, but we can’t wait to hear from you.

CXO (Chief Experience Optimist)

Matt Davey - CXO (Chief Experience Optimist) Matt Davey - CXO (Chief Experience Optimist)

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