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Arakan Rohingya National Organisation

We came to know Deflect in June of 2012, when violence broke out in the Rakhine state of Myanmar, Burma. Our website, the first Rohingya News Agency, had been continuously attacked and went down. The Deflect team brought it back on-line and are still protecting it today.

Ronnie, Director at Arakan Rohingya National Organisation
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The Tower

eQualitie really saved the day for us when our website was being attacked by the far-right, which caused us to lose our hosting. You all stepped in, offered to host the site (and refused our offer to pay!), and protected us from future attacks with Deflect. We are a grassroots, volunteer-run anarchist community space funded by individual donations, and eQualitie’s support was crucial for us in having the resiliency to get through those times. It allowed us to keep our main website online, but also our library catalogue (largest free library of political books in Hamilton) and our fundraising platform (used pretty heavily for regional anti-repression work).

Cedar, The Tower Collective member
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VERA Files

We basically liked everything, particularly the principles with regards to respect for privacy and data ownership– we’re assured that Deflect won’t sell our data. It also has better integration of the Let’s encrypt SSL certificate. We don’t have to worry about renewing it every 3 months because Deflect has it included in its workflow/process. The support is responsive and helpful!

Sarah Tomas Systems Admin, VERA Files

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Children on the Edge

Thank you so much for your support in getting it back up and running and also for Deflect’s general support of nonprofits. It’s vital that our Ugandan team can communicate their work to their own networks, and we’re very grateful to have found a way to make that possible.

Esther Smitheram, Communications Manager, Children on the Edge