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Index on Censorship youth advisory board member Muira McCammon discusses linguistic isolation at Guantanamo Bay
Edgar Lawrence Doctorow, a supporter of Index on Censorship, passed away on 21 July 2015 at 84.
Every so often (roughly generationally) there are upheavals in mores and language. We’re on that cusp now.
Following Edward Snowden's revelations outlining the capabilities of intelligence agencies to monitor private online communications journalists are confronting a moment of hesitation.
The decision by six authors to withdraw from a PEN American Center gala in which Charlie Hebdo will be honoured with an award once again emphasises the dangerous notion that some forms of free expression are more worthy than others of defending
The organisers of a women's conference at the University of South Dakota react to attempts to ban a screening of Honor Diaries
Nico Sell is a US-based entrepreneur and activist for online privacy and secure digital communication.
Valor por Tamaulipas is a crowd-sourced news platform, based in Mexico and set up in 2012 to fill the void created by the region’s cartel-induced media blackout.
Ecuadorean cartoonist Xavier Bonilla, known as Bonil and an arts nominee in the 2015 Index on Censorship Freedom of Expression awards, faces a hearing today under the country's controversial communications law.
On the day when the four surviving copies of the original 1215 Magna Carta were briefly brought together for the first time, Index on Censorship held a debate to celebrate the launch of the winter issue of the magazine.
Edward Snowden's lawyer Ben Winzer talks to Index about his client and what the loss of privacy to the secret state means to the future of free expression.
As many campus media struggle to maintain a steady revenue, Index hears from two US university papers about their work and how they finance themselves independently