Freedom of expression is at a 10-year low, study says
from Columbia Journalism Review
According to a new report from the UK-based charity Article 19 (named for one of the clauses in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights), freedom of expression has reached a 10-year low globally, as a result of what the report calls "digital authoritarianism" and threats against journalists. Governments in a number of countries have been increasing online surveillance and cracking down on content and behavior that indicates dissent, the report says.
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