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Open letter to David Cameron, also signed by Mumsnet and the Internet Service Providers Association, warns that current law is curbing free speech online
Society of Professional Journalists claims that controversy surrounding Thomas' comment 'has overshadowed the reason the award exists'
Eskinder Nega was commended for his fight to create 'a just and free society' at World Newspaper Congress in Torino
Video site asks bloggers and activists to submit their ideas for overcoming online barriers to free expression
After Flipboard for text and Spotify and Pandora for music, it's the turn of public radio to embrace personalisation.
Paul Tweed, media lawyer, Johnsons Solicitors
Heated debate at City University London sees Julian Assange forced to defend whistleblowing organisation
A new libel tourism law in the US reinforces the need for legislative change in Britain, say libel reform groups
Newspaper site introduces new level of accessibility
Speech Act aims to protect US writers and journalists from defamation cases brought in jurisdictions with weaker freedom of expression laws