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During an RSF protest, people hold placards depicting imprisoned blogger Raif Badawi (Up L), assassinated journalist Jamal Khashoggi (Bottom L) and other Saudi activists, outside the Saudi Arabian Embassy to Germany in Berlin, 1 October 2019, TOBIAS SCHWARZ/AFP via Getty Images

RSF files criminal complaint in Germany against Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman and others

The complaint details a litany of crimes against humanity committed against 35 journalists in Saudi Arabia, including that of murdered Saudi columnist Jamal Khashoggi.

Sports enthusiasts follow various games on screens at a sports betting shop, Nairobi, Kenya, 15 July 2019, SIMON MAINA/AFP via Getty Images

Ghanian online news site temporarily blocked over Kenyan gambling report

Ghanaian news site taken offline temporarily, over a piece on Kenya’s gambling industry, points to a surreptitious form of censorship based on a U.S. copyright law.

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Who should control what gets shared over social media?

Recent decisions regarding one of social media’s better-known users, former US president Donald Trump, have ignited a debate on Big Tech’s role in controlling content. Hear what these experts from the IFEX global network have to say about it.