The expansion of China’s counter-espionage law further threatens journalists
Appalled by the expansion of China’s counter-espionage law, which will enter into force in July and will pose increased threat on journalists and press freedom defenders, RSF call on the international community to put pressure on the regime.
Charges brought against former FinFisher group CEOs
As a result of a criminal complaint by RSF and three other organisations, prosecutors in Munich have charged former CEOs of the FinFisher group with illegally selling surveillance software to authoritarian governments for years.
Philippine radio show host gunned down after receiving threats
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on Philippine prosecutors to do whatever it takes to identify those behind the contract-style killing of a radio show host as he was leaving his home this morning (31 May) in Calapan City.
RSF urges advertisers not to place ads with AI-generated “content farms”
The growth of the generative artificial intelligence market led to the proliferation of AI-generated websites that resemble real media sites and are taking ad revenue from them.
Myanmar reporter gets additional ten-year sentence for covering protest
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) urges the UN special rapporteur on the human rights situation in Myanmar to take up the case of a video reporter who has just been sentenced to an additional ten years in prison on a terrorism charge.
Veteran Mexican journalist killed in hail of bullets leaving his Puebla home
RSF calls on the Mexican authorities to conduct a thorough investigation into a veteran radio and newspaper journalist’s murder by gunmen in the southeastern state of Puebla in order to determine whether it was linked to his journalism.
Bangladeshi reporter detained, blamed in operation against separatists
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls for the release of a national daily’s correspondent in a remote part of southeastern Bangladesh because of the irregularities surrounding his arrest by soldiers and subsequent detention.
RSF denounces sham trials of journalists Niloofar Hamedi and Elaheh Mohammadi in Iran
Incarcérées depuis septembre 2022 pour avoir été les premières à attirer l’attention du public sur la mort de Mahsa Amini, les deux journalistes iraniennes Niloofar Hamedi et Elaheh Mohammadi doivent être jugées à partir des 29 et 30 mai 2023