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A Mass Grave for Journalists and Journalism?

Moscow. July 20. Interfax.Ru. Official Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova has commented on the death of journalist Pavel Sheremet in Kiev.

“A car in which Pavel Sheremet was located has exploded in Kiev.
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Putinism

23rd McNae's sees significant new laws

The 23rd edition of McNae’s Essential Law for Journalists reflects the fast-moving legal and regulatory landscape for the media, say its authors in a blog post. 30 more words

Privacy

Parody and mockery okay under copyright law

Parody and pastiche involve copying someone else’s creative work to some extent, which should breach copyright law. That in itself would infringe the human rights of the person making the parody. 29 more words

Human Rights

Media freedom & the net: social justice

The Internet has brought about many real world changes throughout the years, which brings much to the case of the idea that everyone enjoys media freedom. 3,255 more words

Media transformation to be debated at Wits.

Wits tomorrow will be hosting a panel discussion on media transformation in South Africa.   298 more words

Nobathembu Zantsi

De Panama papers, Khadija en persvrijheid

Fantastisch! De UNESCO/Guillermo Cano Persvrijheidsprijs 2016 is toegekend aan de Azerbeidjaanse onderzoeksjournalist Khadija Ismaiylova. Ze zal de prijs –een geldbedrag van $25.000- niet zelf in ontvangst kunnen nemen op persvrijheidsdag 3 mei, want ze zit in de gevangenis. 345 more words

Freedom

Media freedom and pluralism in Romania

May 11, 2016 / By Christine Leşcu, Radio Romania International

Every year, in early May, we celebrate World Press Freedom Day, an event that provides an opportunity to measure to what extent journalists’ rights and freedom of speech are observed. 1,007 more words

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