Dismissal of Charges Against Malaysian Political Cartoonist an Encouraging Victory
"It remains to be seen whether it is a one-off event, or an ongoing commitment of a government newly dedicated to the free press. The Sedition Act and other laws used to suppress… More
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Thank you @SenatorMenendez for your leadership to bring attention to these 14 imprisoned Crimean journalists including PEN America’s 2022 #FreedomToWrite awardee, Vladislav Yesypenko.
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The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday that a North Carolina town’s policy that banned video live-streaming police during traffic stops was in violation of the First Amendment. https://thehill.com/homenews/state-watch/3847427-appeals-court-rules-live-streaming-police-during-traffic-stops-protected-by-first-amendment/