Online violence: the new frontline
Online violence has become the new frontline in journalism
Maltese academic appointed to European Commission Expert Group Against SLAPP
Maltese law academic Justin Borg-Barthet, whose research has been
Investigations shows Herrera’s private ‘bodyguard’ paid by public funds was a previous client of his firm
Questions are being raised about the payment of €19,050
Melvin Theuma and the State
It is natural to entertain the worst suspicions when
Weaponisation of the law suppressing scrutiny of power
Over 25 press freedom organisations have written to the
Freedom of Information request reveals €29,000 price tag for White Flag in Gozo
A contract being published for the first time shows
‘A historic day for those who wish to expose corruption and wrongdoing’
The vote in the European Parliament yesterday for increased
UN and OSCE media freedom representatives raise concerns about whistleblower directive
In a letter sent to the European Commission, the
Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation to sue White Flag organisation
The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, which White
EU lawmakers propose new whistleblower protection law
MEPs have agreed to introduce new legal mechanisms to protect
Domestic violence in Malta – a sorry state of affairs
In 2017 alone, there were 1,257 reports of domestic

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