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RSF’s 2022 World Press Freedom Index highlights threat posed by “despotic regimes” and “information chaos”

While the World Press Freedom Index’s top five countries for free expression are Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Estonia and Finland, the five worst are Myanmar, Turkmenistan, Iran, Eritrea and North Korea.

Strengthening press freedom at home and abroad: 10 recommendations for the world’s democracies

With authoritarianism and illiberalism on the rise, democratic governments must lead by example, says IPI on World Press Freedom Day.

Twitter has a new owner. Here’s what he should do

Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter highlights the risks to human rights and personal safety when any single person has complete control over policies affecting almost 400 million users. And in this case, that person has repeatedly demonstrated that they do not understand the realities of platform policy at scale.