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DOJ Secretly Subpoenaed Journalist
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DOJ Secretly Subpoenaed Journalist

On May 14, a FOIA request revealed that the DOJ secretly subpoenaed a Guardian journalist’s phone records as part of a leak investigation, initiated by ... Read More
Appeals Court says New York Anti-SLAPP Not Retroactive
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Appeals Court says New York Anti-SLAPP Not Retroactive

On May 19, a New York appeals court dismissed a defamation claim in Kurland v. Glassdoor. Kurland sued Glassdoor based on an anonymous bad review ... Read More
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Russia Introduces Legislation to Shut Down Independent Press

On May 18, the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) reported that the Russian legislature is considering a law that would allow Russian law enforcement to ... Read More
Statement: News Media Alliance Applauds Introduction of Competition and Transparency Digital Advertising Act
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Statement: News Media Alliance Applauds Introduction of Competition and Transparency Digital Advertising Act

The News Media Alliance applauds the introduction of the “Competition and Transparency Digital Advertising Act,” by Senators Mike Lee (R-Utah), Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), Ted Cruz ... Read More
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House Representatives Introduce International Press Freedom Bill

On May 3, Representatives Bill Keating (D-MA) and David Cicilline (D-RI) introduced the International Press Freedom Act of 2022. The Bill would create an Office on ... Read More
News Take Episode 105: Protecting Journalists Reporting on Russia's War in Ukraine
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News Take Episode 105: Protecting Journalists Reporting on Russia’s War in Ukraine

On this episode of News Take, Carlos Martinez de la Serna, Program Director, Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) shares details about the situation on the ... Read More
Study Finds Continued Attacks on Journalists
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Study Finds Continued Attacks on Journalists

On May 5, the Radio Television Digital News Association with the Newhouse School at Syracuse University released the first report of a study finding more ... Read More
FOIA Lawsuit Against DC Police Moves Forward
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FOIA Lawsuit Against DC Police Moves Forward

On May 2, the District Court for the District of Columbia issued a Memorandum Opinion denying the DC Police department’s Motion to Dismiss and allowing ... Read More
Secretary of State Addresses Violence Against the Press
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Secretary of State Addresses Violence Against the Press

On May 3, Secretary of State Antony Blinken held a briefing on the state of world press freedom. During the meeting, he told specific stories of assaults on the ... Read More
News Media Alliance and MPA – The Association of Magazine Media Announce Agreement to Merge
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News Media Alliance and MPA – The Association of Magazine Media Announce Agreement to Merge

The News Media Alliance and MPA – The Association of Magazine Media today announced their agreement to merge the two organizations. The new combined association ... Read More
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