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Whistleblower breaks Facebook secrecy wall, MP says

Facebook's "wall of secrecy" is being demolished, thanks to whistleblowers such as Frances Haugen, MP Damian Collins has said. Her revelations, coupled with the company's...

World’s press, book publishers and journalists condemn Pakistan plan for strict control over media

2021-10-06. WAN-IFRA, the International Publishers Association (IPA), and the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) call on Pakistani authorities to retract plans to establish the...

‘Listen’ and ‘Auditorial’ experiments shed a positive light on audio’s accessibility

2021-10-06. Two experiments with producing audio content illustrate the challenges and opportunities for news publishers in this booming space. The Irish Times’ ‘Listen’ project leans...

What happened to Facebook, WhatsApp, and Instagram?

Facebook has apologised after it stopped working for users around the world for several hours on Monday. WhatsApp and Instagram - which are owned by...

Global Times pro-regime media boss threatens “wild dog” RSF with “Chinese stick”

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) Secretary-General Christophe Deloire responds to the editor-in-chief of Chinese official media Global Times, who in a paranoid and incoherent editorial...

Facebook, Whatsapp and Instagram back after outage

Social media services Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram are back up and running after an outage that lasted almost six hours, Facebook says. It blamed an...

Press freedom should be high on EU-Balkans summit agenda, says RSF

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls for support for investigative journalism to be a leading topic at the summit that the EU’s Slovenian presidency is...

Journalist arrested for covering militia attacks in central Somalia

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) and its partner organisation, the National Union of Somali Journalists (NUSOJ), condemn the arrest and unwarranted detention of an independent...

“The courage and struggle of Myanmar’s reporters must not be forgotten”

Eight months to the day after the military coup in Myanmar on 1 February, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is providing an update on the...

Cambodian reporter sentenced to a year in prison two days after being arrested

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) condemns the sham justice to which a local reporter in southwestern Cambodia’s Koh Kong province was subjected at the ruling...

Tunisia’s new prime minister asked to prioritise safeguards for press freedom

Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on Tunisia’s newly appointed prime minister, Najla Bouden, to implement Tunisia’s undertakings as regard journalistic freedom, independence and pluralism,...

Norway’s Amedia drives subscriber growth, strengthens local news offering through +Alt

2021-09-30. Amedia, Norway’s largest publisher of local news titles, reaches about 2 million daily readers, of which 660,000 are paying subscribers.The company launched its...