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Judicial Harassment Against Journalists: A New Form of Censorship in Brazil?

Source: Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas – By Natalia Mazotte Journalists working for big media companies and their independent blogger colleagues are facing the same problem: the risk of lawsuits for their work. Carlos Santos, an independent journalist

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Brazilian Digital Newspaper Accuses State Government of Censorship

Source: Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas – By Adriana Prado   The site Midiamax, a digital newspaper in the state of Mato Grosso do Sul, said in a message sent to the Brazilian Press Association (ABI in Portuguese)

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Press Freedoms Threatened in Latin America

Source: Mecury News – By Christopher Toothaker CARACAS, Venezuela—Threats against journalists and restrictions on press freedoms are increasing throughout Latin America, especially in Venezuela under President Hugo Chavez, an international watchdog group said Tuesday. In its annual report, the New

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Censorship Eats Internet From Within

Source: Pravada.ru By Ivan Tulyakov Several countries in the world are considering censorship on the Internet. The measure was proposed in the UN by a representative of Brazil. Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has already imposed censorship. So far, the establishment

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