SFLC.in said that a ‘Digital Rights Reform Agenda’ is missing in the program of most political parties in India.
The petition says that the TikTok app promotes “degrading culture and encourages pornography.”
Two Shillong Times journalists were found guilty of contempt for writing about a court directive on benefits for retired judges.
Journalists speaking out against sexual harassment have reignited India’s #MeToo movement.
Media workers in India describe their experiences of how the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi is fostering a political culture that encourages hostility against journalists.
Data from the Rajasthan Home Department revealed unreported internet shutdowns in India
Civil society groups write about their concern over the handling of group messages by online messaging services.
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has taken a closer look at the many kinds of prejudice and hostility to which women journalists in India are constantly exposed.
A parody Twitter account falsely stated that Ayyub was a defender of child rapists
RSF condemns the attack as an attempt to intimidate the editor, who had recently written about unregulated limestone mining and the culture of violence and impunity in northeast India
Indian authorities are urged to protect Swathi Vadlamudi, the target of violent online harassment and death threats over a cartoon she drew of two Hindu gods.
The media is in the worst state India has ever seen.
The Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has threatened to revoke media accreditation over ‘fake news’