SLAPPs are misuse of justice systems aimed at intimidation of journalists, EP report says
Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation constitute a misuse of
EU legislation must cover everybody affected by SLAPP – 27 NGOs
Twenty-seven international organisations have written to European Commissioner Vice
Front Against Censorship proposes anti-SLAPP amendments to protect journalists from financial ruin
The solution against vexatious lawsuits filed against Maltese journalists
‘Government should have sought advice to protect journalists’ – lawyers
Justice minister Owen Bonnici should have sought advice on
Abusive SLAPP lawsuits ‘have no place in the EU’ MEP tells European Commission
MEP David Casa has urged the European Commission vice-president
Government steamrolls over opposition’s anti-SLAPP amendments
Government today voted down amendments proposed by the opposition
Azzopardi says government is against preemptive action to protect journalists
Environment minister Jose’ Herrera does not want SLAPP threats
UPDATED: MEPs call for fund to support journalists who refuse to be silenced
Updated to include statement from MEPs. MEPs from six
PN adds anti-SLAPP amendment to new media law
The Nationalist Party has presented an amendment to include
UPDATED | Jason Azzopardi challenges government on anti-SLAPP bill
Opposition MP Jason Azzopardi tonight asked whether the Prime
Henley and Partners in fresh legal threats against Swiss journalists
Henley and Partners has threatened to sue two Swiss
Labour non-committal on anti-SLAPP bill
Labour has not committed itself to supporting the Private Member’s
WATCH | Delia: SLAPP should not be used as ‘a weapon to shut people up’
The Private Member’s Bill presented in Parliament this week
Parliament to debate law amendments to protect journalists against crippling lawsuits
A Private Member’s Bill being presented in Parliament today