Journalists furious over gag law

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IFEX   International Freedom of Expression eXchange International Freedom of Expression eXchange: Despite massive protest from both independent Italian journalists and those close to Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, the Italian Senate approved a gag law on phone taps on 10 June. The “legge bavaglio” criminalises journalists found guilty of publishing the contents of phone taps, serving them with huge fines and harsh prison terms, report Index on Censorship and the International Press Institute (IPI)

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