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Following riots, China blocks internet access

In the wake of deadly ethnic riots in China’s Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region, the Chinese government has reportedly cracked down on internet and cellphone access in the region, blocking social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook, slowing cell phone service and activating keyword filters. Internet search results have been restricted to reports that echo the […]

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Resolutions adopted at the World Congress and 58th General Assembly

IPI Resolution on the Sentencing of US Journalists by North Korea IPI Repeats Call for Justice for Journalists Murdered in East Timor in 1975 IPI Resolution Against Efforts to Weaken Independent Media Councils IPI Resolution on Criminal Defamation in the EU IPI Resolution on Pressure on Critical Media in Venezuela IPI Resolution Urging Aid Agencies […]

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IPI calls on the Jordanian Ministry of Interior to reconsider the implementation of new Internet Café regulations

The International Press Institute (IPI), the global network of editors, media executives and leading journalists in over 120 countries, is deeply concerned about the newly issued measures for regulating Internet cafés in Jordan. According to information before IPI, the Jordanian Ministry of Interior has recently issued regulations for the close monitoring of Internet cafés under […]

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Letter: State-owned TeleRadio-Moldova journalists targets of intimidation

His Excellency Vladimir Voronin President Office of the President Bd Stefan cel Mare 154 Chisinau Republic of Moldova Fax: + 373-22 45 089 Vienna, 19 March 2002 Your Excellency, The International Press Institute (IPI), the global network of editors, media executives and leading journalists, and its affiliate, the South East European Media Organisation (SEEMO), are […]

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