Published in: Home: NewsMPs vote through National Security Bill in ‘disaster for free press’
Backbenchers had wanted a ‘public interest defence’ to prevent journalists being jailed for sharing restricted information
Published in: 50.50: NewsTech firms ‘facilitating censorship’ of LGBTIQ people must be held to account
Study of six countries – from Indonesia to Russia – reveals what LGBTIQ people and rights activists face online, and...
Published in: Global ExtremesDoes censoring the radical right on social media work?
Censorship leads to various responses on the radical right such as migration to other platforms, such as Parler.
Published in: 50.50The Chinese government must let us cry for our dead
My social media posts have been censored many times, especially when I said that “we don’t have the right to cry...
How Twitter is gagging Arabic users and acting as morality police
Twitter’s behavior reflects an unspoken policy of protecting public figures from criticism.
Published in: openDemocracyUKGlobal press freedom - a downward spiral
It is not enough to call for journalists not to be assassinated, imprisoned or exiled – these actions are symptoms...
Now streaming: censorship
How should companies like Netflix respond when repressive governments order the removal of critical content?
Published in: HomeBought and paid for – how Romania’s media is pressured by corporate and political masters
Journalists in Romania failing to conform to pressure from private companies and advertisers face intimidation and...
Poisoned apple: the curse of social media in the Gulf
The increased social media use in the Gulf might signify some progress for its citizens, but the extent to which it...
Published in: openDemocracyUKThe prevention of journalism
Governments may use increasingly complex and sophisticated tools for censoring unhelpful information but the end...