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From Applause To Lawsuits And Legislation: What Key Players Are Saying About Net Neutrality

Over the summer, we rounded up what all the key players in broadband and online were saying about the potential for the FCC to write a clear net neutrality rule. 2,551 more words

Defending Freedom of Speech

In Copenhagen on Valentine’s Day, a man was shot and killed at a free speech event.

This came just over a month after “Charlie Hebdo,” the French satirical magazine, was attacked, leaving a dozen people dead, including renowned editor Stéphane Charbonnier. 564 more words

Opinion

THE GOVERNMENT’S WAR ON FREEDOM OF THE PRESS

Press freedom has declined in recent years

The U.S. plummeted to a dismal 49th place on the Reporters Without Borders annualPress Freedom Index, marking the country’s second lowest ranking since the list was created in 2002 and its lowest since 2006. 152 more words

Government

Vetevendosje Sulmon Median

Derisa Kushtetuta e Kosovës dhe kuadri ligjor siguron lirinë e shprehjes dhe lirinë e shtypit, ambienti i mediave në Kosovë vazhdon të jetë cak i kërcënimeve dhe përpjekjeve për t’i penguar gazetarët në vazhdimësi. 1,307 more words

Kosovo

Freedom of the press

So today a friend and I got into a healthy debate about free press. He, being the far left guy that he is, believes that free press isn’t always a great thing and doesn’t think we should be allowed to offend anyone in the press etc. 755 more words

Peter Greste’s Advice to Aspiring Journalists

After spending 400 days in an Egyptian prison, Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste arrived at the Frontline Club to a standing ovation. He was giving a talk on press freedom and the issues faced by the next generation of journalists. 209 more words

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Freedom of Press under-attack of the Albania's PM

Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama has scored another act of arrogance against the media and freedom of expression targeting his national press in Brussels. His anti-media commitment was done in the heart of Europe-Brussels, where freedom of expression, the rules of democracy and separation of powers are fundamental values ​​for those who aspire to become part of the European Union. 418 more words

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