Ten recommendations for Elon Musk for combatting the “digital nightmare” and for reinforcing journalism and information
Elon Musk's intentions regarding the fate of Twitter accounts is fuelling concern about the prospect of increasingly arbitrary decisions.
RSF investigation: steel giant’s shadow and obliging British host behind Liberian news site’s closure
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has discovered how steel giant ArcelorMittal tracked down a UK-based website host to obtain the deletion of a Liberian news site’s investigation
Algerian reporter gets two months in prison for story about date exports
An Algerian newspaper reporter held since 8 September for reporting that France rejected a consignment of Algerian dates over the presence of a banned pesticide was sentenced to two months in prison on 25 October, in a case that shows that the Algerian au
Afghanistan has lost almost 60% of its journalists since the fall of Kabul
According to a Reporters Without Borders survey, in the year since the Taliban took power on 15 August 2021, Afghanistan has lost 39.59% of its media outlets and 59.86% of its journalists, especially women journalists.
RSF accounts two years of government assault on Hong Kong’s press freedom
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has reconstructed an exclusive two-year timeline of government assault on Hong Kong’s press freedom following the Chinese regime's enactment of the National Security Law in 2020.