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Reporters arrested, roughed up while covering Occupy Wall Street protests

The often violent response to the Occupy Wall Street campaign that is growing in the United States and elsewhere is affecting the freedom to (...)

Published on 13 October 2011 Read

United States

After four years, two men get life sentences for Chauncey Bailey’s murder

A court in Oakland, California, has sentenced two men to life imprisonment without parole for the August 2007 murder of Oakland Post editor (...)

Published on 29 August 2011 Read

United States

Department of Justice wants reporter to betray source but spares one of its own whistle-blowers

Reporters Without Borders is disturbed to learn that New York Times reporter James Risen was served with a subpoena on 23 May from the Department (...)

Published on 26 May 2011 Read

United States

FCC asked to start over the discussion between the US internet providers

Reporters Without Borders is extremely concerned by future of the Internet access in the United States. According to a front-page New York Times (...)

Published on 6 August 2010 Read

United States

CIA destruction of interrogation videos threats US credibility on human rights

CIA destruction of interrogation videos threats US credibility on human rights It emerged on 15 April from emails released by the CIA under the (...)

Published on 19 April 2010 Read

United States

Net Neutrality in Danger !

Reporters Without Borders is asking Congress to take a stand in favor of Net neutrality after the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of (...)

Published on 8 April 2010 Read

United States

The Obama administration should renew its commitment to transparency and accountability

Reporters Without Borders is asking the US government for increased transparency after the whistleblower website WikiLeaks released a video on (...)

Published on 6 April 2010 Read

United States

New Bill Could prevent Arab based satellite providers from broadcasting

Reporters Without Borders is extremely concerned with H.R 2278, passed by the House of Representatives on December 8th, 2009. The press freedom (...)

Published on 22 March 2010 Read

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