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A book detailing the allegedly shady dealing behind a gas contract has been targeted by the companies involved in the latest example of censorship in India, writes Saurav Datta.
Join us at the Hay Festival to debate what happens to the truth during wars and conflicts. Where is the line between national security and public information? Is it ever right not to tell the whole truth? These issues are discussed in the latest Index on Censorship magazine, looking back
In Britain self-censorship with market and readership in mind denies all but the most devout news-addict important stories, writes Jonathan Lindsell.
Sometimes it's more comforting to believe the conspiracy theory than face the fact that the world keeps turning whether you're on it or not, says Padraig Reidy
Degree leader Matt Grimes asks why censorship issues have arisen at UK universities -- the very places that should be open to competing ideas and consistency.
Conflict, corruption and corporate power mean that Turkey's media workers can easily find themselves on the wrong side of the law, says Selina Bieber
Court’s gag order in sexual harassment case is an assault on freedom of the press, says Saurav Datta