The Post, a movie about censorship, has been uncensored in Lebanon.
The app, which is widespread and instrumental to the protests, has been taking censorship blows.
This is part two of a comparative analysis on North and South Korean media landscapes. Check out part one on North Korean censorship. North Korea is known to the world as the second worst country for freedom of press. The country’s ongoing mission to become
The United Kingdom might be seeing its own version of the infamous Gawker versus Hogan case play out in its own legal system, but with a twist. Section 40 is a new law that if enacted, will force publishers to pay for the legal expenses
Disclaimer: This article contains graphic language. Since the video of Donald Trump bragging about sexually assaulting women was released, news organizations have been questioning whether they should publish exactly what he said word for word, obscenity for obscenity. Ultimately, the words he used and how he used
The Angolan National Assembly passed four new bills this past August establishing a new regulatory body, “Entidade Reguladora da Comunicação Social Angolana” (ERCA), the Angolan Social Communications Regulatory Body. The move was approved in a series of laws formulated by the Popular Movement for the
Not long after coming under fire for promoting fake news stories, Facebook found the spotlight again – this time for briefly censoring a historical war photo before hurriedly reinstating it after complaints. The controversy began when Facebook removed a post by Norwegian author Tom Egeland,
After a faction within the Turkish military attempted a coup on July 15th, President Recip Tayyip Erdogan has ordered the closure of 131 media outlets. Erdogan claims the organizations were spreading the sentiments of Fethullah Gulen, a Turkish cleric living in the US who has