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ProPublica and This American Life, both which I love, are making some waves for a story highlighting the risks of taking too much acetaminophen. But Kevin Anderson asks why they spent over $750K to report on facts in plain view.
Four Mexican journalists were killed within a year of each other from 2008 to 2011, each in the month of September
Josh Stearns of Free Press reports on journalist Barrett Brown who could face a 100-year prison term if he’s found guilty for linking to stolen information. He didn’t steal this information himself, nor did he post it online. He simply linked to it.
Josh Stearns of Free Press argues the proposed US press shield bill could be greatly strengthened and simplified by defining journalism as an act, a process that anyone can participate in, instead of a profession limited to a few practitioners.
An excerpt from Exorcising Terror: the Incredible Unending Trial of General Augusto Pinochet by Chilean expatriate writer Ariel Dorfman
The mass surveillance scandal has sparked an investigative journalism renaissance with virtually every major news organisation in the United States—not just the keepers of the Snowden files—getting in on the act. Trevor Timm writes
After news agency AFP attempted to retract an unflattering photo of Francois Hollande, we look at politicians who have tried to censor images that make them look a bit silly
As the G20 nations prepare to meet in St Petersburg, Russia in early September, Index on Censorship is exploring the nations’ records on free expression. Today: Ana Arana on Mexico.