Big Brother at the border
Editor-in-chief Rachael Jolley argues in the autumn 2019 issue of Index on Censorship magazine that travel restrictions and snooping into your social media at the frontier are new ways of suppressing ideas
Border police can’t be allowed to snoop on our social media (The Times)
Rachael Jolley, Index on Censorship editor-in-chief writes in The Times Thunderer column. Border officials around the world are increasingly demanding access to our social media accounts and address books. They want to know what we’ve said on Twitter and Facebook and who we’re talking to. Read the full article.
Law and the new world order
The distance between national leaders and judges is narrowing around the world. The summer 2019 issue of @Index_Magazine looks at how the erosion of judicial independence is impacting freedom of expression
Ex director de la fiscalía pública de Inglaterra y Gales, y recién investido como caballero, Sir Keir Starmer habla del derecho a ofender, de los retos legislativos de las redes sociales y de la protección de informantes con Rachael Jolley, editora de Index