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International Day of Democracy

The International Day of Democracy provides an opportunity to review the state of democracy in the world. Democracy is as much a process as...

‘Journalists at the border’ campaign

2021-09-14. Thirty Polish media have today launched a ‘Journalists at the border’ campaign in response to a state of emergency which restricts journalists from...

Data privacy compliance: Value lies in earned trust and consent

2021-09-14. As countries ramp up privacy regulations, developing data privacy-compliant platforms will help publishers avoid hefty fines while rewarding them with users who trust...

Alarm about mental state of Egyptian blogger held for past two years

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls for the immediate release of Alaa Abdel Fattah, an Egyptian blogger who has been imprisoned for the past two...

Yet another hate campaign against Indian journalist Rana Ayyub

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the Indian authorities to intervene to end the hate campaigns against Rana Ayyub, a journalist who is the...

RSF declares “press freedom state of emergency” in Poland

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) declared a “press freedom state of emergency” in Poland during a visit to Warsaw last week, condemning a broadcasting law...

Senior Reuters journalist denied entry to Lebanon: RSF and the Samir Kassir Foundation remind authorities of their press freedom obligations

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) and the Samir Kassir Foundation call on the Lebanese authorities to reverse their decision to deny a Reuters journalist entry...

How high quality niche products can help publishers diversify revenue streams

2021-09-10. Consumers will pay for content that is timely and resonates with them, even in tough markets like Indonesia, where publishers have struggled to...

Five risks driving Daily Maverick’s climate coverage

2021-09-10. Our Burning Planet produces high-end journalism about humanity’s greatest challenge. On World News Day, 28 September, some 300 newsrooms around the world will...

RSF and other Human Rights Organizations Call For Robust Implementation of New EU Export Control Rules and Investigation of EU member states’ role in...

As new EU export controls rules come into force on 9 September with the recast Dual-Use Regulation(1), five organizations call upon the European Commission...

Tanzania suspends newspaper for one month

The Tanzanian government’s decision to suspend an independent weekly for 30 days is “arbitrary and excessive” and a complete contradiction of the new president’s...

Twitter to label ‘good’ bot accounts

Twitter has announced a new feature allowing accounts to self-identify as bots, by adding a label to their profile. Twitter said the update was based...