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Natalya Sharina | Status: Convicted | Russia

Natalya Sharina, head of the Ukrainian Literature Library in Moscow, was sentenced to four years of probation on June 5, 2017, for allegedly disseminating the works of Ukrainian nationalists… More

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Trump bashes news outlets over exchange with Putin at the G-20 summit, Winnie the Pooh faces wrath of Chinese censors, and more in free expression news from around the… More

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Former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort demands the New York Times retract an article alleging he is in debt to pro-Russia interests; Hong Kong book fair feels pressure from… More

DARE: Daily Alert on Rights and Expression

A former top official for climate policy files a whistleblower complaint; requests for state voter data from President Trump’s election commission are prompting some to cancel their voter registrations;… More

DARE: Daily Alert on Rights and Expression

The Department of Labor concerned that Google’s employee confidentiality agreements create a “chilling effect” regarding conversations about discrimination; adjunct professor is fired after posting her support of LGBT rights… More

DARE: Daily Alert on Rights and Expression

Amid an ongoing investigation of his son’s ties with Russia, President Trump took to Twitter this weekend to defend Donald Jr., Delta counters Ann Coulter Twitter tirade, denouncing the… More