Courtroom door cracks open in Google antitrust trial

Thanks to pressure from the press, public access to the proceedings is finally improving

Don't make press run a 'contempt' gauntlet

Reporters shouldn’t have to face fines or jail time in order to appeal orders requiring them to name confidential sources

Leading researcher: Strong encryption protects journalism

FPF celebrates Global Encryption Day by asking researcher Susan McGregor to explain how and why end-to-end encryption shields journalists and confidential sources

Censoring the news won’t keep kids safe

The Kids Online Safety Act will encourage platforms to remove news content, and that’s bad for everyone — including children.

Ambiguous gag order could silence the press in North Carolina

If the court did not intend to censor the media, it needs to promptly clarify to avoid chilling press freedom

The hidden press implications of the Supreme Court’s social media cases

Two new cases about the First Amendment rights of social media platforms to moderate content could have big consequences for journalists and the news media

Judge gets it wrong in censoring the Post-Dispatch

An unconstitutional order once again extends a prior restraint on newspaper

It’s time to rein in Pegasus and halt spying on journalists

The United States could do more to combat spyware used by governments to surveil the press

Prosecuting Assange threatens press freedom. US officials should not need the Australians to explain that to them

Our government should have heeded calls to drop charges against Assange long ago. It’s embarrassing that foreigners have to remind us of our constitutional principles

Freeze out: Politicians retaliate against the press using public notices

Anti-press lawmakers are attacking the press by yanking contracts to publish public notices or ending requirements to publish notices in newspapers entirely