A RSF publica o seu relatório: Assédio online de jornalistas: quando os trolls atacam

Em um novo relatório da organização Repórteres sem Fronteiras, “Assédio online a jornalistas: quando os trolls atacam”, sua rede global de correspondentes em 12 países joga luz sobre os mais novos perigos para jornalistas: ameaças e insultos em redes sociais com o objetivo de intimidar e silenciar profissionais da imprensa. RSF definiu estas 25 recomendações (trechos abaixo) sobre como governos, organizações internacionais,

Online Harassment of Journalists: RSF’s 25 Recommendations

A new report by Reporters Without Borders is helping to shed light on the latest danger for journalists – threats and insults on social networks that are designed to intimidate them into silence. The organization has put forth these 25 recommendations for governments, international organizations, online platforms, media companies and advertisers to respond to these virulent online campaigns.

How Pakistani Journalists Subvert Danger — and the Narrative — with Data

Journalists exposing corruption in countries with limited rule of law face enormous risks and their stories may not necessarily make things better for anyone. In Pakistan, journalists have employed a different — and safer — approach to trigger positive change by avoiding front-page corruption exposés and using data journalism to expose flaws in the system instead. A GIJN original.

Historian: Why Reporters Are Heroes of Our Time

The real heroes are reporters who are out there taking risks by reporting the truth, says US historian Timothy Snyder. Support them by subscribing to newspapers and reading and sharing good journalism. And next time you meet a journalist, try thanking them for their service.