Tag Archives: Journalism

US: Surveillance Harming Journalism, Law, Democracy

Government Spying Undermines Media Freedom and Right to Counsel

JULY 28, 2014

(Washington, DC) – Large-scale US surveillance is seriously hampering US-based journalists and lawyers in their work, Human Rights Watch and the American Civil Liberties Union Continue reading

IndexDrawtheLine: Can art or journalism ever be terrorism?

By Farah Wael / 14 July, 2014

Three Al Jazeera journalists were among those sentenced to prison on terrorism charges.

In 1997, British journalist Robert Fisk interviewed Bin Laden. Fisk was not accused of being a terrorist, he was only doing his job. For decades, journalists have been interviewing terrorists, Continue reading

Tienchi Martin-Liao:A Mud Battle Fought in A Quagmire-Censorship and corruption in Chinese journalism

by Tienchi Martin-Liao / November 20, 2013

Chen Yongzhou

Express reporter Chen Yongzhu. Photo courtesy of Tienchi Martin-Liao via news.163.com.

Over the last 18 months Chen Yongzhou, Continue reading

The Top Shelf of Journalism Books


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The future of journalism: Five ways the news is changing

By Vicky Baker / 21 May, 2014

Rafal Rohozinski, co-founder of cyber-research thinktank SecDev Group (Photo: Frontline Club)
What is the future of journalism? The innovation report leaked from the New York Times Continue reading

Threats to Anonymous Sources Shake Chinese Journalism

CAIXIN 05.27.14

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The weekly newspaper Southern Weekend (Nanfang Zhoumo) on display at a newsstand in Guangzhou, 2013.
Courts in the capital are mulling over what’s being described Continue reading