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Internet: what happened to us – or our readers?

(es) Vienna/ London July 22, 2021   Veteran Fleet Street journalist, broadcaster, and historian of modern London, Kevin d'Arcy, has asked AEJ members for any...

How the Pegasus scandal was broken

(ES) Vienna. July 22, 2021 The Pegasus state-hacking scandal, which has sent shockwaves across the world, was broken by a consortium of 17 different...

UK Home Office closes in on journalists

(es) London/ Vienna  July 20, 2021 The latest proposals for UK legislation are similar to repressive moves elsewhere in Europe  - a law which would...

Massive power of “criminal services industry” 

London. July 20, 2021 by William Horsley, AEJ Media Freedom Representative Despite the denials of the NSO Group and the Israeli authorities, the Pegasus scandal is...

AEJ open letter to EU on Pegasus scandal

(ES) Athens/ Vienna  July 21, 2021 Open letter to Ursula von der Leyen, Commission President and Vice-President Vera Jourova The Israeli security company NSO has sold...

Israeli spyware sparks huge political rows

Updated, July 28, 2021 by Edward Steen, AEJ General-Secretary Revelations about the use of Pegasus software used to spy on journalists  – including FT editor Roula...

Daphne Memorial Prize – apply pronto

(es) Brussels/ Vienna. July 20, 2021 The €20,000 Daphne Caruana Galizia prize will be awarded as of October 2021 to journalists or teams of journalists...

Georgian journalists fight back after Pride fatality

Cannes/ Tiblisi, July 15 2021 by Mark Porter Anti-gay violence, already a feature of Vladimir Putin's Russia, is spreading into formerly Soviet Georgia, with brutal police...

Fearless reporter De Vries dies of head-wounds

Amsterdam/ Vienna. July 15, 2021 by Edward Steen, AEJ Secretary-General Just over a week after being shot in broad daylight as he emerged from an Amsterdam...

“Bad faith”: Google gets 500m Euro slap in face

(es) London/ Vienna, July 14 2021 In a first halfway serious reverse for big tech, France has fined Google €500m for failing to negotiate “in...

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