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28 January 2014
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SPOTLIGHT  |  Canada
Data Privacy Day in Canada: Think you have nothing to hide? Think again
Canadian Journalists for Free Expression
That tired, empty, ‘nothing-to-hide’ argument should be giving concerned citizens plenty to fear. The collection, storage and analysis of our digital data is eroding the fundamentals of a democratic society.
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Online privacy as an active pursuit
Index on Censorship
Africa | Kenya
Kenyan media prepare to battle new press laws
Index on Censorship
Americas | Canada
Spread of knowledge in peril as Canada shuts federal department libraries
Canadian Journalists for Free Expression
Asia and Pacific | Cambodia
Failing Cambodia human rights record reviewed at UN as crackdown on protests continues
Cambodian Center for Human Rights, ARTICLE 19, International Publishers' Association, PEN International
Asia and Pacific | China
Chinese cyber-dissident sentenced to four years in prison
Reporters Without Borders
Europe and Central Asia | Romania
Report examines political, economic pressures faced by Romanian TV stations
Active Watch - Media Monitoring Agency
Europe and Central Asia | Ukraine
Press freedom groups denounce brutal assault on Ukrainian investigative reporter
World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers
Middle East and North Africa | Libya
Libya's revolution “will not stop until we have freedom”
Index on Censorship
Middle East and North Africa | Tunisia
Approval of new progressive constitution marks a turning point for Tunisia
Reporters Without Borders
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Pro-democracy activist Lui Yuk-lin shouts during a protest calling for the release of Chinese journalist Gao Yu, Hong Kong publisher Yao Wentian and Chinese lawyer Pu Zhiqiang, outside the Chinese liaison office in Hong Kong on 11 May 2014

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