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Long prison sentences for Vietnamese journalists over ‘anti-state propaganda’

Three freelancers convicted of ‘making, storing, spreading information, materials, items for the purpose of opposing the state’

To cover for the purpose of uncovering: journalists’ war against disinformation

Documentation and holding the guilty accountable for the disinformation go hand in hand in pushing back the jaws of lies and inaccuracies

Philippine media groups condemn arrest of journalist on Human Rights Day

Altermidya, a network of independent publications, said the arrest is proof of the dangers of the "vile practice of red-tagging”

‘Salem Witch Hunts’: Clearly a Sham

It is apparent in the persecution of journalists that Duterte wants to be the hub of information, the one and only source of facts

Jailed Hong Kong publisher honored with press freedom award

I’m afraid that without the news, the world will forget us, says jailed Jimmy Lai

Singapore activist faces fine over one-man smiley face sign protest

The city-state tightly controls public assembly, the media and free speech

Another Filipino journalist shot dead

Radio broadcaster Virgilio Sarmiento Maganes was shot several times while walking near his residence in Villasis town, Pangasinan

Closure of Philippine media giant causes gaps in disaster preparedness, say...

Communities in remote areas rely on free TV in getting information, especially visual information, about a typhoon or a calamity

Journalism: Most dangerous job in the Philippines

The truth hurts, they say, so authorities and tycoons warn journalists to keep a lid on it

Wind in a bottle: ABS-CBN’s storm chasers

Journalists themselves saw how ABS-CBN’s reach informed far-flung provinces of incoming storms

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