There are currently 211 journalists in prison worldwide, and over 50 have been killed doing their job.
The cross-party plan for press regulation is unlikely to work, nor should we let it. Anyway, those proposing greater regulation of the press overestimate its influence and underestimate the good sense of their readers.
Much of the press seems to be belly-down on the supermarket floor, punching the linoleum, kicking out and screaming WAAH WAAH BUT I DON’T WANT TO BE REGULATED. Here are ten truths the media needs to hear.
10 countries stand out as barring international media, a report published today finds.
Violent photos were banned to protect children from psychological damage, but impeded freedom of the