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PN files motion to strip Tony Zarb of national award
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Malta ranking first for online hate speech in Europe
It’s not freedom when you have no choice
Public land does not stop being public just because
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EP debate on the safety of journalists brings Malta into focus
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UN Special Rapporteur draws Human Rights Council’s attention to disinformation and hate speech
Disinformation and propaganda are challenging access to information and
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Police union chief leaves secret Labour online group
The head of the GWU’s police union, inspector Sandro
Police Union chief’s selective condemnation of hate speech
The head of the GWU’s police union, inspector Sandro
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Truth under siege
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Debunking the lies: Labour MPs and government officials remain active members in online hate groups
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Prime Minister Joseph Muscat and his chief of staff
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Hatred parading as free expression
With revelations into the reality of many Labour support
Investigating Joseph Muscat’s online hate machine
Joseph Muscat repeatedly claims to stand for a positive
Freedom of expression and the right to disagree
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Italy conference for Mediterranean Women Journalists dedicated to Daphne Caruana Galizia
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