The Information and Broadcast Ministry say NDTV endangered lives by revealing details of a military operation, but some people view the penalty as an attack on press freedom
Social media giant accused of disabling accounts of activists and journalists following talks with Israeli ministers last month on how to tackle ‘incitement’ on the platform
The Communist Party wants to encourage good behaviour by marking all its people using online data. Those who fall short will be denied basic freedoms like loans or travel
If you ever question the power of cinema, all you need to do is check out the movies that have been banned in different areas of the world over the past 100-plus years to reaffirm the grip the medium has on people.
The Norwegian musician's recording is a celebration of defiance in the face of supression
We appear to have lost our judgement and critical faculties, perceiving threats where there are none and collaborating in a deluded exercise in censorship
Staff at The South African Broadcasting Corporation were reportedly told that at least 80 per cent of all news coverage had to be positive, and that negative stories around the president were banned
Facebook and the liberals fail to understand that those who espouse unpopular views have just as much a right to express them as anyone else
Passing of the motion will allow for 'true and accurate' coverage during student officer elections
Internet users saw little change after the President told authorities to show 'greater tolerance and patience'
'We must make a stand against this undemocratic regime by banning David Cameron and his Tory government from our democratic Students Union and our University Campus,' motion says
Individuals from more than 200 countries and authorities were named in documents linked to offshore companies
Censors say television shows should not show story lines that 'exaggerate the dark side of society'
Today’s Zaman editor-in-chief Sevgi Akarçeşme called the day 'shameful for media freedom in the country'
Movement will ensure universities are able to display 'a rich tapestry of ideas' while also challenging extremism
Japan has fallen from 11th to 61st place in Reporters Without Borders' World Press Freedom Index since 2010