Transparency report also says number of user-data requests by governments rose 7 percent from prior six-month period.
The Listening Post
by Birce Bora
by Jim Killock
The Listening Post18 Feb 2017 13:56 GMT
Since Zuma has been in office, the country's state-owned broadcaster, SABC, has grown more and more state-controlled.
Africa13 Feb 2017 04:58 GMT
Journalist and media owners held for 'spreading false information' about a mutiny by security forces, officials say.
Press Freedom06 Feb 2017 08:36 GMT
One of Indonesia's greatest authors, who long fought for freedom of speech, spent most of his adult life in jail.
Press Freedom25 Jan 2017 20:26 GMT
Lawsuit against DC police alleges "indiscriminate" arrests after protests turned violent during Trump's inauguration.
Human Rights21 Jan 2017 09:24 GMT
Rights groups say blasphemy allegations against disappeared activists aim to silent dissent for good.
Turkey18 Jan 2017 11:39 GMT
Rod Nordland was sent back to London from Istanbul's Ataturk Airport as he was entering Turkey, the newspaper said.
Egypt16 Jan 2017 14:15 GMT
An interview with Al Jazeera's journalist before he was detained on his life and career.
Asia16 Jan 2017 07:50 GMT
The online war against the abducted four bloggers and an activist in Pakistan continues.
Middle East15 Jan 2017 14:26 GMT
Shiraaz Mohamed taken by unidentified armed men near Turkey border while on assignment for Gift of the Givers charity.
Asia10 Jan 2017 10:45 GMT
Pakistani government has obligation to locate four missing activists and act to ensure their safety, rights group says.
Journalism Is Not A Crime05 Jan 2017 07:35 GMT
Al Jazeera denies the allegations against Mahmoud Hussein and calls for his immediate release.
Media17 Dec 2016 12:03 GMT
Poles return to the streets for a second day over plans to limit reporters' access to politicians in parliament.
Media17 Dec 2016 06:00 GMT
Angry Warsaw residents block parliament as they rally against measures that would limit journalist access.
Media13 Dec 2016 20:49 GMT
Mass arrests in various countries have pushed number to 259 so far, says annual census of imprisoned journalists by CPJ.
The Listening Post06 Nov 2016 13:53 GMT
Is the Serbian government using underhand censorship methods to control the media narrative, or are critics too harsh?
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by Rabia Mehmood
by Rami G Khouri
by Lonnie Isabel
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