Arts & Culture
Activists say the civilian government has also become increasingly authoritarian
Are we trading liberty for temporary safety?
Quite simply, the law is too broadly written, and opens up much potential for abuse
Never has it been more important to understand the importance of the press
No one deserves to be criminalized for exposing the truth
She said they appreciate Information Minister Hasanul Haq Inu's offer to meet with media representatives...
The draft Digital Security Act is an ill-conceived piece of legislation
When rights are erased, what happens to progress?
The 2,400-year-old fight for free speech
Expressing ourselves is part of being Bangladeshi
Laws such as these contribute to a distancing between the governing and the governed
This inaction is what perpetuates a culture of impunity, and we do not wish for that to happen this...
Leaks can tell the world what is really happening
Government control on social media in China, ruthlessly enforced on users and networks, leaves shrinking...
The attack on Zafar Iqbal is symbolic of a larger danger
Publishers have the power to make a difference
The persistent attack on freedom of speech has been going on for a long time
Singapore authorities charged human rights activist Jolovan Wham in late November for organising public...
For press freedom to mean anything, unpopular speech must also be protected
Do we stop to think before we protest?
A book fair does not need police surveillance over the contents of books being sold there.
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