Reporters Without Borders


Digital Safety for Journalists: Open Online Workshop #digisafe

Journalists can find answers to questions they are increasingly asking themselves: How careful do they have to be online? What dangers lurk (...)

Published on 29 November 2013 Read


Coordinated attacks on Turkish newspaper’s offices in Europe

Reporters Without Borders firmly condemns last week’s almost simultaneous attacks on the offices of the conservative Turkish weekly Zaman in (...)

Published on 20 February 2012 Read


Lawsuit against two journalists in the “Saxony Corruption Quagmire” – ROG demands an acquittal

Reporter ohne Grenzen (ROG) demands a clear acquittal in the criminal proceedings in Dresden against two Leipzig journalists. “Anything else would (...)

Published on 30 July 2010 Read


Refusal to renew ZDF editor-in-chief’s contract would threaten broadcasting independence

Reporters Without Borders deplores the reported intention of the majority of the board of the German public television network ZDF – who are led (...)

Published on 27 November 2009 Read


Deutsche Telekom admits having monitored journalists’ phone calls

Reporters Without Borders is shocked by German telecommunications giant Deutsche Telekom’s admission on 24 May that phone calls between members of (...)

Published on 2 June 2008 Read


Leak investigation dropped in Munich

Munich prosecutor August Stern yesterday suspended an investigation into four journalists for “complicity in the divulging of state secrets.” He (...)

Published on 14 August 2007 Read


Constitutional court ruling favours journalist’s right to protect their sources

Reporters Without Borders hailed a ruling yesterday by the German constitutional court that a federal police raid in September 2005 on the (...)

Published on 28 February 2007 Read


Parliament releases report about journalists spied on by state intelligence and those who spied for it

The German parliament (the Bundestag) has posted on its website ( part of a report by a former judge revealing (...)

Published on 29 May 2006 Read

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