RSF delivers global petition urging UK Home Secretary to reject Assange extradition
Time is running out for Wikileaks publisher Julian Assange
Study reveals ‘fingerprints’ of misinformation
What do misleading headlines by party-owned media, statements by
International Press Institute urges reform to Freedom of Information Act, supports legal challenge
The International Press Institute (IPI) has expressed its support
Press freedom organisations call for a strong Media Freedom Act
To mark Europe Day on 9 May 2022, 17
Malta up three places in 2022 RSF World Press Freedom Index
Malta has improved its ranking by three places according
EU warns Twitter to take more action against illegal content as new rules take effect
EU officials have warned that the social media platform
Media shapes ideas, even dangerous ones
What people consume as news will shape the slant
Malta’s government failed to act on recommendations to improve electoral system – OSCE
The government has failed to act on recommendations to
International project documents state-sponsored Daphne Caruana Galizia hate campaign
Data on the state-sanctioned online violence and harassment experienced
How to brainwash partisan viewers in 3 simple steps
A new study examining the impact of partisan media
Repetition and negativity: propaganda tools designed to stick
The wave of disinformation in the week that immediately
Appeals Tribunal rules in favour of international NGO, extends the right to information to non-residents
The Information and Data Protection Appeals Tribunal has ruled
Saviour Balzan’s attempt to discredit independent reporting ‘troubling’ – RSF
Reporters without Borders said Saviour Balzan’s attempt to discredit
How the public broadcaster is letting us down
If Television Malta (TVM) were your only source of
Labour Party electoral campaign billboard registered as threat to press freedom
The Labour Party electoral campaign billboard featuring blogger Manuel
Passport Papers shortlisted for IJ4EU award
The Passport Papers joint investigation by The Shift and
Electoral proposals worth considering
The Nationalist Party released an electoral manifesto last week
It’s easy when it’s someone else’s money
It should come as no surprise that, despite the
The two faces of the government’s attitude towards media freedom
You’d be forgiven for thinking that something, somewhere, got
Twisting tales and spinning narratives: Joseph Muscat is (kind of) back
When Joseph Muscat was prime minister, he regularly turned
Taxes: two weights, two measures
With a general election looming, the government has yet
Government’s press freedom proposals ‘not enough’
The media experts committee appointed by Prime Minister Robert
Creating narratives with populist slogans
We used to think “waves are in the sea”
No significant progress for Malta in Corruption Perceptions Index
There has been no significant progress in Malta’s ranking
It’s not about money
The government has no intention of debating the Opposition’s
Good governance is not the order of the day
It is unclear why anyone would think it was
Patterns of resistance
The government’s reluctance, verging on recalcitrance, for meaningful reform

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