Two weeks ago, American journalist Glenn Greenwald was charged with “cybercrimes,” by the Brazilian government. Press advocates have criticized the charges as “an outrage” and “a clear threat to press freedom.” Last year, Greenwald was part of a team that published articles exposing private conversations
Various media outlets try to convey the impact and complexities of the Amazon burning as interested parties fight over resources.
Fake news was used as a strategy during Brazil’s latest elections and now the president-elect is cracking down on the media.
Franco’s death–and subsequent coverage–had political undertones.
An unprecedented amount of press freedom crackdowns and violations have occurred this year.
In the United Kingdom, the game of soccer has become synonymous with pedophilia and rape. So far, eight British Police Departments have come forward saying they have received hundreds of calls regarding sexual abuse by soccer coaches spanning all the way back to the 1970s.
Brazil may not be a hub for the latest tech, but it does get one privilege: Brazilians are trying out Facebook’s latest app – Flash – before anyone else. The new photo-sharing app might look familiar when you look at its filters and lenses. It’s providing