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RSF Türkçe 18h
RSF’den Erol Önderoğlu: Türkiye’de birçok gazeteci, bir bayramı daha ağır tecrit, sağlık sorunları veya olanaksızlıkların etkisinde hapishanede geçirecek. Hukuk devletinin gereği olarak özgürlük ve adil yargılama sağlayacak düzenlemelerin bir an önce getirilmesini diliyoruz
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Index on Censorship 18h
Who’s your free expression hero? Nominations are now open
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NYTimes Communications Aug 15
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Dr. Courtney Radsch, PhD Aug 14
This is the deadliest year for journalists in the United States since CPJ began keeping records in 1992. Currently in 2018 the U.S. is the third deadliest country globally after Afghanistan and Syria. And we are still investigating another case
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CIMU SEE Aug 13
manipulation is big business. Since 2010, polit. parties & gvrmnts have spent > half a billion $ on the research, development & implementation of psychological operations and public opinion manipulation over social media. Report by
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OSCE media freedom Aug 13
Violence against & journalists during recent protests in is a great concern. Journalists' safety must be respected during public protests.I call on authorities to swiftly investigate incidents
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Deniz Yazici Aug 13
UN human rights chief: Trump's attacks on press 'close to incitement of violence'
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Channel 4 News Aug 10
"We are going to keep pushing for justice." The family of a Maltese journalist who was assassinated by a car bomb are demanding a public inquiry into her murder.
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Committee to Protect Journalists Aug 8
Replying to @uspresstracker
CPJ and its partners are documenting attacks on the press in the US on : So far in 2018, journalists in the U.S. have been subjected to: 24 attacks, including 5 killings 3 arrests 14 subpoenas 3 equipment seizures
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Index on Censorship Aug 11
Expression Uncensored: Exploring censorship in queer music via
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Committee to Protect Journalists Aug 11
In a "coordinated response" to President Trump's escalating "enemy of the people" rhetoric, more than 100 newspapers will publish editorials on Aug 16 “on the dangers of the administration's assault on the press.”
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Ben Wagner Aug 9
Want to know more about Austrian Social Media ‘Guidelines'? Read this great piece by
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Mark Raymond Aug 10
‘This Is Incredibly Complex’: Inside Twitter’s Debate About What Stays on Its Site via Important to realize is often highly privatized. Small number of large firms have overwhelming control over what we see and what we can do online.
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OSCE media freedom Aug 10
The tragic death of happened one year ago. Today, women journalists still face daily harassment online and off. To honor those who paid the ultimate price for journalism, we must work harder to protect all who take great risks to better inform society.
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EFJ Aug 9
: Commission to solve wartime journalists’ murders expanded to , , . resolution adopted on 6 June 2018 called for investigations of journalists’ murders in Kosovo
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Deniz Yazici Aug 9
: Police Raid More Newsrooms and Arrest More Journalsts. UPDATE:
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David Kaye Aug 8
this is absolutely standard language we use whenever an activist, journalist, opposition figure, etc is arbitrarily (i.e. unlawfully) detained under human rights law. can give many examples...
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David Kaye Aug 7
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Deniz Yazici Aug 8
'The most important outcome will be if more people learn the true meaning of solidarity – that an attack on one is an attack on all.' David Gilchrist of London's Bookmarks the socialist bookshop, which was attacked last weekend:
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