From online censorship to the murder of a Mexican journalist, here are some of the press freedom stories you may have missed last month.
While websites are celebrating the rejection of the legislation, others continue to advocate for its passage.
Was the Twitter thread that exposed the photos and private conversations of two strangers meeting on a plane an invasion of privacy or a hopeful tale of romance?
Four journalists and one sales assistant at the Annapolis-based Capital Gazette were shot dead while working in their office on Thursday while two sustained serious injuries. The gunman, 38-year-old Jarrod Ramos, reportedly targeted the newspaper to retaliate after losing a years-long defamation case he brought
Apple has recently announced a big corporate move: iPhones will now share your exact location with first responders when dialing 911.
India’s press freedom is being tested by attacks on journalists and censorship of media.
AMC’s feud with MoviePass escalates as the theater giant announces subscription service.
Recent footage and detailed stories released this past week from detention centers near the Texas-Mexico border sent the media into conflicting criticisms, theories and opinions detailing the causes and potential effects of secretive ‘tent cities.’ Earlier this week, it was revealed that the US
Opponents of Trump’s child separation policy have been using Twitter to mobilize and respond to calls for assistance.
A recent court ruling is bringing attention to Mexico’s state-controlled media.