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Peter Greste says it's laudable that the government recognises the threats to media freedom embedded in the law, but the answers in the review are more of the same: a set of band aids, rather than a comprehensive cure.
Learn how to navigate the opaque – and often hostile – public information channels of freedom of information, business, property and court searches.
The Australian Press Council is calling on media to stand firm against the alarming erosion of access to information, privacy and protection of sources.
The MEAA's Mike Dobbie paints a grim picture of the situation of the media worldwide in the lead-up to the alliance's annual press freedom report.
Alexandra Ellerbeck analyses the threats to journalism and press freedom posed by the incoming Trump administration.
Melbourne Press Club committee member and senior partner at Minter Ellison, Peter Bartlett, has written a review of events in media law as part of the 2013 Walkley Press Freedom Report. Here is his summary of how media law is developing.
A growing list of articles and tools to help you cover the current Coronavirus pandemic
Rex Patrick calls for an end to the prosecution of former ATO staffer Richard Boyle
Tonya Mosley and Aaron Glantz on the impacts of the Trump presidency on US media and society.
At our first Edit event for 2017, Herald Sun's FOI Editor Fiona Hudson answered all manner of questions about FOI journalism
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