New law violates security of journalists' sources; B92 reporter receives death threats
International Freedom of Expression eXchange: Serbian national security and police forces have been given the power to view the contents of citizens’ personal email accounts without permission as a result of a new law adopted by parliament on 29 June, reports the International Press Institute (IPI). The legal system has also left journalists vulnerable to attacks with a recent court decision to reject charges against six people who allegedly threatened to murder a B92 reporter, says the Belgrade-based Association of Independent Electronic Media (ANEM).
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New law violates security of journalists’ sources; B92 reporter receives death threats