04/18/2018
Earlier this month, the Supreme Court of California heard oral arguments in Hassell v. Bird, a case that could have implications for whether courts can force online publishers to take down third-party content without first accounting for the...
04/13/2018
A draft position announced by Canada's Office of the Privacy Commissioner (OPC) earlier this year has troubling implications for online freedom of expression and the right to receive information.  
04/10/2018
Following a lawsuit brought by two freelance journalists represented by attorneys from the Reporters Committee, the public will have access to more information about how the Charlottesville Police Department and Virginia State Police planned for...
04/10/2018
Late last week, Bloomberg Law reported on a contract solicitation at the Department of Homeland Security for a “media monitoring” service that would track almost 300,000 news sources globally, in more than 100 languages. According to...
04/05/2018
In the last few weeks, attorneys for the Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press have secured four major victories for journalists and news organizations seeking access to public records and hearings. Read about the work, and the stories that...