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
Government directive: 'Sino-foreign joint ventures, Sino-foreign cooperative ventures and foreign business units shall not engage in online publishing services'
Ms Kincaid hit out at Facebook after the social media giant removed an image showing one of her nipples
Despite Brazil's strong record on internet freedom, WhatsApp was taken offline for millions of users
A spelling mistake caused the word 'speech' to appear as 'resignation'
A year after laws restricting online pornography in the UK were introduced, two women reveal how the regulations have affected their lives and the industry
The law that Reddit was banned under has previously been used to block access to Twitter and YouTube
British citizen Andy Tsege was kidnapped and illegally rendered to Ethiopia where he has been held in prison for over a year. As the Ethiopian foreign minister visits the UK, it’s time for the British government to demand Andy's release
The editor of Turkey’s leading English language newspaper Today’s Zaman was last week arrested for insulting the president over Twitter. The day after his release he spoke exclusively to Voices in Danger about the impending trial, the challenges of running an independent newspaper in Turkey and the intimidation faced by journalists who dare to speak out against the Erdoğan regime.
Founder of Belarussian underground theatre questions why there is 'so much fear' in UK about 'provocative' work
Another leading Charlie Hebdo dissident, Zineb El Rhazoui, spoke of a “deep malaise” at the magazine
The search giant had originally claimed that it should be tried in the US
This week marks the 30th anniversary of BBC banning radio play of Frankie Goes To Hollywood's 'Relax'
An official research paper written by the social network has shown that 71% of users self-censor: writing status updates and comments that they never post
A report has claimed Saudis could soon be forced to obtain a permit allowing them to share videos on YouTube