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U.S. Press Freedom Tracker
Floyd Protests

Journalist Injured While Covering Protests Sues Minneapolis Police

Linda Tirado, a freelance journalist who permanently lost vision in her left eye after being hit with a projectile, is suing the city of Minneapolis and various law enforcement officials for her injuries, as well as for violating her Fourth and First Amendment rights.

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Why Protest Sites and the Border Remain Risky Places to Report

Reporters Committee Attorney and author of the 2019 Press Freedom Report Sarah Matthews explains why borders and protests remain risky for journalists, as well as how data collected in the US Press Freedom Tracker drives her advocacy work.

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New Study Says Trump Has Undermined Press Freedoms On a Global Scale

The report cites data collected by Freedom House, which shows that, at a minimum, 26 countries have enacted or introduced laws and government rules restricting online media and journalistic access in the name of controlling “fake news.”

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Mapping Threats and Protests Gains Prominence

The U.S. Press Freedom Tracker has debuted as a “centralized repository for research” to understand “the number of press freedom […]

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