Turkey: Censorship laws don’t sell themselves
Over the past few weeks, the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) in Turkey has deployed a curated mix of paid-for advertising, op-eds in pro-government newspapers, tweets and off-the-cuff press statements to justify their curbs on internet freedom. Alastair Sloan reports
Libya’s revolution “will not stop until we have freedom”
After 42 years of political oppression in Libya, it was hoped that the apparatus of Gaddafi’s regime would be dismantled after he was swept from power. Vestiges of the despot's suffocating grip on free speech still remain, and are still being used to suppress political expression. Alastair Sloan reports
Is Reddit censoring climate change deniers?
San Fransisco based Reddit.com made headlines when it allegedly banned climate change deniers from posting on the site. But what's the truth behind the uproar? Alastair Sloan reports