Welcome to the Media Law Roundup, a weekly digest of developing media news stories from around the world. This week’s issue covers the Myanmar protests, Spanish gag law reactions, new encryption laws, and more.
In celebration of the 10th Annual International Right to Know Day, CGCS Media Wire is compiling a list of online, useful resources to protect your Right to Know Internationally in our #10RTKD guide. International Right to Know Day began on…Read More
//CGCS Media Wire & The Iran Media Program present an in depth analysis of Iran’s hosting of the 2012 Non-Aligned Movement. //Crossposted with permission from the Iran Media Program Was the Non- Aligned Summit a Success for Iran? The 16th…Read More
** If you’ve gotten to this article via Twitter, Facebook, or other Social Media then you’re being treated to a sneak peak of the new and improved 2012-2013 CGCS Blog. Updates will continue to be posted both here, and to…Read More
For India, Mass Texting, Twitter Parodies both causing unrest 8.18 India: Government Bans Bulk SMS To Stop Rumors The Ministry of Home affairs has banned bulk SMS and MMS for a period of 15 days, starting today, reports PTI. As…Read More