One might think clarity is important when announcing the death of your country’s president. Especially if your country is the largest in a powder-keg-like region. But in Uzbekistan—ranked 166 out of 180 in Reporters Without Borders’ 468 more words
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Are journalists personally afraid of a Trump presidency? That’s the suggestion of this Vox article:
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In my experience, it goes yet deeper than this. Quietly, privately, political reporters wonder if Trump is a threat to them personally — if he were president, would he use the powers of the office to retaliate against them personally if he didn’t like their coverage of his administration?
Be aware: places where the public freely go may not be “public places” in every sense – if they’re privately owned, you may need consent to film. 20 more words
Written by Sally Xiaojin Chen.
With almost no notice, any website in China can be shut down on a temporary or permanent basis if it’s deemed to contain “politically incorrect” content. 1,001 more words