freedom of the press

Laws on freedom of expression have a chance for revision under a new government.

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With digital attacks on journalists increasing, Indonesia’s press council formed a task force in response. But could the country’s laws be part of the problem?

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Newsrooms are still fighting to honour press freedom despite government pressure, competition with social media platforms and declining trust in the media.

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In one of the world’s most tightly-held media industries, one smaller voice struck a blow for freedom of expression.

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Without relying on the media to put them in good light, politicians are finding ways to influence people through digital astroturfing.

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Amid growing concerns over the state of press freedom and freedom of expression in Malaysia, the current administration is taking its time for reform.

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Autocrats know that controlling the media is the first step in controlling the population. It’s why journalists are increasingly in the firing line.

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Access to the internet, journalists and a charismatic leader have ensured Ukraine is winning the propaganda war against Russia.

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Many South Asian countries have made progress in adopting right to information laws. But ensuring everyone benefits is proving more of a challenge.

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A machine learning tool to analyse complex sets of information has been shown to find policy areas overlooked by governments.

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Despite being a thriving economy, the Singaporean government is still reluctant to enact a freedom of information law.

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