Digital space and democracy
RSF’s Operation Collateral Freedom foils blocking of more than 80 sites in 24 countries
On World Day Against Cyber Censorship (12 March), Reporters Without Borders (RSF) announces that it has unblocked access to more than 80 media websites in 24 countries.
Nigeria’s journalists must be able to cover elections without fear
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the Nigerian authorities to ensure that the country’s media are able to cover the ongoing electoral process without restrictions and without fear of reprisals.
Recommendations from the Forum on Information and Democracy to promote pluralism online
On the occasion of UNESCO’s conference on “Internet for Trust”, the Forum on Information and Democracy published on 21 February a series of recommendations on the pluralism of curation and indexing algorithms.
Romania: RSF and its partners ask the authorities to accelerate investigation into the threats against a prominent journalist
Press freedom organisations call on the authorities and politicians to show they respect Romania’s European commitments and obligations to press freedom
RSF joins press freedom and civil society organisations in condemning Cambodian government’s decision to revoke independent media VOD’s licence
Prime Minister Hun Sen’s order to shutdown Voice of Democracy (VOD), one of Cambodia’s last independent news media outlets, greatly imperils journalistic freedom in the country.
RSF urges Pakistani government not to criminalise comments about armed forces
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls on the prime minister’s office in Pakistan to immediately abandon plans to make it an offence to criticise the armed forces, as it would pose a serious threat to journalistic freedom.