Localization Lab provides localization services and support for Internet freedom tools: technology that addresses security, privacy, anonymity, whistleblowing, circumvention issues, including training materials to support these tools. 

Volunteers from around the world can contribute translations and ensure that a given tool is available in their native language. This Localization Lab has dramatically expanded the potential user base of Internet freedom tools. At this time, the lab maintains over 3,000 translators working to translate millions words from more than 40 apps, tools, and training materials into over 180 languages and dialects including French, Arabic, Burmese,  Thai, Farsi, Khmer, Acholi, Sinhalese, Korean, Tibetan, Chinese Simplified and Traditional Script, Spanish, Russian, Serbo-Croatian, Turkish, and Vietnamese.