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
Almost 1,500 files were discovered in an abandoned military wing
Her tweet mocking Tanni Grey-Thompson's disability says a lot about us, in that she has also been allowed to become a commentator in the mainstream media
Following a heated student council debate St Andrews University have voted not to ban Robin Thicke’s controversial song "Blurred Lines".
Agence France Presse transmitted the unflattering picture to clients on Tuesday, then quickly issued a 'Mandatory Kill' order
Filtering the internet abroad has led to censorship and increased surveillance
The director of Tate Galleries warns of influence of special interests as study reveals limit to creative freedom
It’s considered dangerous to reference race for fear of being labelled ‘racist’ - but if we don't discuss it, we can't challenge the accepted beauty ideals
Male statues had their genitalia covered with black cloths by authorities