OnTheLine Project

MONITORING ONLINE HARASSMENT OF JOURNALISTS, BUILDING MEASURES

OnTheLine is IPI’s project to monitor systematically online harassment against journalists and analyse the patterns these attacks take. Our mission is to raise awareness and build guidelines to counter online harassment. Learn more about the OnTheLine project.

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Online harassment brings special risks for freelance journalists

Greek freelance journalist Anthi Pazianou found herself in the middle of an online abuse c…

BLOG: UK newsrooms aim to foster better conversations in comment sections

Comment sections of news sites are one of the arenas where journalists may become targets …

Politics, gender key triggers for online abuse in Poland

The International Press Institute (IPI), a Vienna-based global press freedom organization,…

Latest Publications

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Online harassment of journalists in Austria

    This report summarises the results of the three-month OnTheLine project in A…

Online Harassment of Journalists in Hungary

This report presents the findings of a three-month study focused on mapping, observing and…

IPI’s database on online abuse against journalists

The International Press Institute (IPI) today launched an online database aimed at recordi…

Latest Multimedia

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VIDEO: Leading Polish editor on ‘orchestrated’ troll campaigns

The editor of the online version of one of Poland’s leading newsmagazines describes the…

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Premiere of ‘A Dark Place’ (Vienna, Dec. 10)

The new documentary film “A Dark Place”, which highlights the effects of online harass…

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