In a joint letter, RSF and CPJ call for major changes to Twitter policies
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) and the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) have issued a joint call to Twitter to demand changes to its policies that will protect the right to information and uphold press freedom.
RSF urges Biden, Trudeau to raise journalist safety during summit in Mexico City
The safety of journalists must be part of the discussion when President Joe Biden, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador convene in Mexico City for the North American Leaders’ Summit on January 9.
Draconian bills resubmitted to Iraqi parliament
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is alarmed about two old bills, one on cybercrime and the other on freedom of the expression and the right to protest peacefully, that have been resubmitted to the Iraqi parliament.
Press under pressure in Brazil - RSF analyzes online attacks against journalists during the presidential elections
RSF is scrutinising the most widely used offensive and derogatory hashtags, expressions and insults on social media against journalits and the press during Brazilian's presidential election
Journalism Trust Initiative (JTI) incorporated into EU’s future Code of Conduct on Disinformation
The Journalism Trust Initiative (JTI), a mechanism for promoting trustworthy journalism online that was developed at the initiative of Reporters Without Borders (RSF), has been incorporated into the European Union’s new Code of Practice on Disinformation.
Index on Censorship and Reporters Without Borders (RSF) welcome the High Court’s decision in the Realtid case
Reporters without Borders and Index on Censorship welcome the High Court's decision to throw out large parts of the libel case against the Swedish business and finance publication Realtid, its editor-in-chief, and two of its investigative journalists.