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At the Edit's first event for 2019, we spoke data, privacy and encryption with tech and legal experts
Lunch with Luke Dembosky
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.
This year’s World Press Freedom Index data reflected a dramatic deterioration in access to information and an increase in obstacles to news coverage.
Nick McKenzie, Grace Tobin & Nick Toscano won the 2019 Business News Quill for 'Crown Unmasked'
Encryption legislation rushed through Federal Parliament last year 2018 create a serious threat to investigative journalism, according to tech experts.
The Alliance for Journalists' Freedom calls for Australia to use its UN Human Rights Commission leverage as global press freedom trends downwards.
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.
If Peter Greste hadn't been arrested, most Australians would never have heard about the media crackdown in Egypt, according to Egyptian journalist Lina Attalah.
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