Reckless charges cite everything from publishing zines to holding press conferences as components of protesters' purported conspiracy
Police seizure of journalists’ equipment outside the newsroom should draw just as much outrage as the raid on the Marion County Record
Recent report marks welcome change from Justice’s past anti-press positions
Recent arrest of respected photojournalist was just one of many recent abuses
Search warrant and park bans show officials’ unusual hostility to free speech as June 12 trial approaches
For journalists, legal support numbers are a necessity, not a crime
A lawsuit by a logging company against environmental groups is a prime example of how corporations bring lawsuits in an attempt to drain their critics of resources and intimidate them into silence.
The Royal Mounted Canadian Police are preventing journalists from covering members of the Wet’suwet’en First Nation’s opposition to the construction of a natural gas pipeline that would run through British …
The government’s ongoing and aggressive prosecution of people arrested merely for their presence at a protest where crimes allegedly occurred is dangerous, and will have chilling effects on the future of dissent in the United States.
Memphis journalist Manuel Duran was arrested while covering a protest. Although he faces no charges, he remains in ICE custody and could still be deported for doing his job. His detention is unconscionable, and an affront to press freedom.