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Freedom on the net 2015 - Reports

Freedom on the Net – a comprehensive report on internet freedom produced annually by Freedom House - analyses the state censorship of on-line media in 65 countries around the world

Online Media Autonomy: Security Risks and Protection Mechanisms. Walking on the Digital Edge - Reports

The Guide “Online Media Autonomy: Security Risks and Protection Mechanisms. Walking on the Digital Edge” by Share Foundation assesses the conditions of online media and journalists in the Serbian digital environment

Eastern Partnership Media Freedom Landscape 2014 - Reports

The report is based on close monitoring of media freedom in the 6 countries of the Eastern Partnership during the period 2013-2015

Building digital safety for journalism. A survey of selected issues - Reports

With the rise of digital platforms, ensuring safety for journalists has become even more complex. This UNESCO study of selected challenges addresses digital security for journalism formulating recommendations for governments and journalism contributors

Encryption and Anonymity Annual Report - Reports

In this report, David Kaye, United Nations Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of the right to freedom of opinion and expression, addresses the use of encryption and anonymity in digital communications

Travel guide to the digital world: surveillance and digital standards - Reports

The Guide on Surveillance and Digital Standards released by the Centre for Law and Democracy provides a survey of the digital surveillance landscape and the relevant international standards

Reconceptualising copyright: adapting the rules to respect freedom of expression in the digital age - Reports

This report examines the current framework of copyright rules from a freedom of expression perspective in order to determine how copyright should be reformed to best promote and protect it

Media freedom and independence in 14 European countries: A comparative perspective - Reports

A comparative analysis across 14 countries and across different types of media services with a view to evaluating and analysing media policy patterns and their contribution to the promotion of media freedom and independence