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CUSIB calls on BBG to expand journalism and shrink agency’s bureaucracy

The following CUSIB statement was presented by Joseph Noonan at the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) open board meeting on October 8, 2015 in Washington, DC: CUSIB STATEMENT – VIDEO (as prepared for delivery) Good morning and thank you for …

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The Voice of America Shouldn’t Be A Whisper by John Lenczowski | BBG Watch report

The Voice of America Shouldn't Be A Whisper by John Lenczowski | BBG Watch report

BBG Watch Commentary In an Wall Street Journal

Azerbaijan – Internet freedom under increasing attack in Azerbaijan, report finds

International Freedom of Expression eXchange: A new report by the Expression Online Initiative, led by the Institute for Reporters' Freedom and Safety, cites restrictive laws and politically-motivated

Blog: The New York Times takes on China’s censors – CPJ

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Well, that didn't take long. Just days after The New York Times' soft launch of its Chinese-language edition and accompanying microblog accounts,

CPJ Blog: Chinese microblog regulates, suspends users–again

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Pity those of us who monitor the ups and downs of China's popular microblog platform, Sina Weibo. For every story its

10 Most Censored Countries

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CPJ's new analysis identifies Eritrea, North Korea, Syria, Iran as worst

Originally posted here: 10 Most

Blog: Blind lawyer spurs news blackout in China – CPJ

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News of blind legal activist Chen Guangcheng has been censored for months. International news reports of his escape last week

Empowering independent media: U.S. efforts to foster a free press and an open Internet

Democracy Digest from the National Endowment for Democracy (NED): Efforts to bolster independent media and an open Internet overseas are having significant impact, but face a

Beset by online surveillance and content filtering, netizens fight on

Reporters Sans Frontières (RSF) - This report, which presents the 2012 list of countries that are “Enemies of the Internet” and “under surveillance,” updates the report

Blog: ‘Invisible Tibet’ blogger elicits China’s extra-judicial ire

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Beijing-based blogger Woeser reported on her website Invisible Tibet today that she has been confined to her residence by Beijing

Attacks on the Press in 2011: Preface

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Technology has democratized news publishing, rattling regimes that see their survival dependent on control of information. Video footage of repression from

Attacks on the Press in 2011: Regulating the Internet

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Legislation for Internet security can quickly turn into a weapon against the free press. Cybercrime laws are intended to extend existing

Attacks on the Press in 2011: The Global Citizen

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Even as trade and new systems of communication turn us into global citizens, the information we need to ensure accountability often

Broadcasting Board of Governors – Iran and the Art of the Deal

[caption id="attachment_10365" align="aligncenter" width="437" caption="Snapshot of Voice of America website under cyber attack by Iranian hackers."][/caption]by The Federalist Voice of America (VOA) Director David Ensor is taking on

Reporters Without Borders writes to Google about new Blogger terms of service

Reporters Sans Frontières (RSF) - Reporters Without Borders wrote to Eric Schmidt, Executive chairman of Google, on 8 February to express its concern about recent changes

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