A court in Denizli has banned access to Google Sites, a site which allows users to create their own websites.
The Malakava news agency website has systematically been the target of hackers, who “edit” texts or “break” their website.
IAPA condemns limitations placed on news media and journalists following the ousting of President Manuel Zelaya.
IFJ has welcomed the decision to lift the ban on the Arabic version of the “Gulf News” newspaper.
IAPA has criticised the shutdown of a radio station just as it was about to initiate broadcasting and claimed excessive force was used in the confiscation of its equipment.
YouTube suspended “El Universal” from its website after the National Action Party complained that the newspaper had published allegations that the party had plagiarized a campaign advertisement.
Court orders police off a radio station, allowing it to go back on air.
An Istanbul court has convicted the daily newspaper “Günlük” of “spreading PKK propaganda” in two issues of the paper.
Demonstrators who were demanding the restitution of RCTV station’s open signal, prevented journalist Siary Rodríguez, from covering the protest.
Manuel España, a teacher and presenter of the programme “Voz de la Enseñanza”, reported that his show was cancelled due to political pressure.
The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) said today that it is strongly concerned with the decision of the Syrian Ministry of Culture to confiscate a book entitled “Syria in the Russian flights during the nineteenth century”.
The issue which “Yas-e-no” had managed to publish on 16 May, after a five-year legal battle, openly supported Mir-Hossein Mousavi, the presidential candidate backed by the Participation Front.
Reporters Without Borders expressed its concern after the 19 May 2009 closure of privately owned opposition radio station Joy Radio and the arrest of four staff members, two of them journalists, accused of breaking election rules
The Arabic Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) reports that the Egyptian security authorities have confiscated a book entitled “A Flood of Corruption and the Advance of bin Laden in Algeria” by the Algerian writer, Anwar Malek.
José Manuel Díaz Barrios, a journalist for the programme “Tribuna Educativa”, reported that the mayor of Ariguaní forced him off the air because of reports the journalist had aired on corruption, poor management of the educational system and problems with providing public services in the municipality.
Government-run NBT TV station in Khon Kaen province in the country’s northeast region was forced to stop airing its programs after numerous Red Shirts demonstrated in front of the station on 13 April.