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In Britain self-censorship with market and readership in mind denies all but the most devout news-addict important stories, writes Jonathan Lindsell.
One a week, at least one prime time hour is to be made available for government agents, ministries and other state entities to explain government programs and policies to the public. Edward Ronald Sekyewa reports
Index hosts a Google Hangout with New York-based Guardian Digital journalist James Ball, and LA Times London correspondent, Henry Chu
With Aleksandar Vucic -- Slobodan Milosevic's former Information Minister -- taking office, should Serbian independent media be worried?
A new report by the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers criticises the restriction of press freedom in the name of national security, the Royal Charter press regulator and the UK's lack of constitutional guarantees for freedom of expression
Index welcomes the report by the World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) on the worrying state of press freedom in the UK. The WAN-IFRA report criticises the use of national security concerns to threaten and restrict investigative journalism, in particular the Guardian’s revelations and reporting on the Snowden
The tightening of control over the Russian media is likely to continue, writes Valeria Costa-Kostritsky
The case continues to highlight the question, are journalists complicit in a crime when sharing illegally obtained information in the course of their professional duties? Christian Stork reports