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IPI condemns police raid on Trinidad newspaper

The International Press Institute (IPI), a global network of editors, media executives and leading journalists for press freedom, today strongly condemns a recent police raid into the offices of the Express newspaper in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Togabo. On March 11, the police raided the office of the paper’s editor-in-chief, Omatie Lyder, in search […]

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IPI adds Caribbean defamation laws to online database

Detailed information in defamation laws in 15 Caribbean countries in now included in the International Press Institute’s (IPI) online media laws database. The information reflects data collected by IPI over the course of a campaign it launched in April 2012 together with the Association of Caribbean MediaWorkers (ACM) to reform defamation law in the Caribbean. […]

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Media groups express concerns over Trinidad and Tobago cyber crimes bill

The International Press Institute (IPI) today urged lawmakers in Trinidad and Tobago to take into account concerns by media stakeholders over a proposed cybercrime law. The country’s Parliament is preparing for a third reading on a wide-ranging online crimes bill that targets, among other things, unauthorised data access, cyber-bullying and identity fraud. However, media groups, […]

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Trinidad and Tobago journalists report online harassment

The International Press Institute (IPI) today expressed concern over reports of an escalation in online harassment of journalists in Trinidad and Tobago ahead of elections scheduled later this year. One Caribbean Media reported that a number of their journalists, many of them investigative reporters, and particularly female reporters, have been the subject of character attacks […]

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