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Category : Americas
Media freedom in Honduras: Index speaks with Dina Meza
Since 1992 Honduran journalist Dina Meza has been investigating corruption and violations of free speech throughout South America, including the murder of journalists in Honduras
After cartel kidnapping, Mexican journalist fled to U.S.
The men from the Sinaloa cartel had made a mistake, and now they were looking to use it to their advantage.
Argentine journalist fled after prosecutor’s death
"I was sure they were going to kill me, taking into account what happened to Nisman."
USA: Climate for press freedom worsens in Missouri and surrounding states
Journalists tell international delegation of hostility, restricted access
Duncan Tucker: Financial pressures are undermining Latin America’s media
Mounting financial pressures are robbing many of Latin America's media outlets of their objectivity and forcing them to toe pro-government lines.
Net neutrality decision has huge implications for free expression online
Internet users should be able to access the legal content they want - not have their choices dictated by the whim of major corporations
Annual appeal: Walking on the cartoon creative road
Don’t let the bullies win - help us champion the people who are fighting back. People like Freedom of Expression Awards fellows Turkey Blocks.
National and international cultural and human rights organisations denounce Trump’s executive order on immigration
More than thirty cultural institutions and human rights organisations around the world oppose Trump’s immigration ban
New documentary looks at the only cartoonist to be jailed for obscenity in the USA
For the good of society, American cartoonist Mike Diana was jailed without bail in 1994. So ruled a jury at the Pinellas County court in Florida, taking just 90 minutes to find him guilty
Alex Krasodomski-Jones: Where have all the good trolls gone?
At it's best, trolling is a form of satire. But those who reduce it to nasty and humourless online threats don’t deserve the title.
Groups urge Bahrain to release prominent human rights defender
Index on Censorship joins international call for release of Nabeel Rajab
Cybercrime law adopted in Saint Vincent and Grenadines is fundamentally flawed
Index on Censorship has joined the IFEX coalition to express deep concern by the cybercrime law adopted in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.
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