As misinformation permeates the region, prominent media-rights activist Supinya Klangnarong says a concerted effort is needed to fight the rising problem.
A media activist said at least 70 journalists fled the country since 2009. The number is likely to grow.
Police Raid a Major Hong Kong News Outlet and Arrest Its Billionaire Owner Under the City's New National Security Law
The popular Hong Kong newspaper, Apple Daily, livestreamed the police raid of its building.
Police Raid Al Jazeera's Malaysian Office Over Migrant Documentary, Stirring Up Concerns About Press Freedom
"Journalism is not a crime,” Al Jazeera English’s managing director said.
“It’s the end of academic freedom in Hong Kong,” said Benny Tai on his dismissal from the prestigious local university.
Just a day before President Rodrigo Duterte's State of the Nation Address, an office raid of a local magazine raises fears of diminishing liberties.
In a Win for Duterte, the Philippine Congress Officially Shut Down the Country’s Largest News Network
President Rodrigo Duterte had repeatedly stated that he had a personal grudge against the network.
The site, Malaysiakini, argued that the sheer volume of comments it receives makes it unfeasible to moderate them in advance, adding that the comments were taken down as soon as they were made aware, but the country's Federal Court wasn't swayed.
The US demanded that Chinese state-run media outlets release the details of their operations in the United States. China demanded the same of US outlets. Then it happened all over again.
The country’s media persons are facing criminal charges and intimidation for exposing lack of transparency around the crisis.
Legal scholars, academics and journalists weigh in on the ruling that found journalist Maria Ressa guilty of cyber libel, and what it means for democracy, in the Philippines and everywhere.
Maria Ressa is convicted of cyber libel charges, raising concerns of diminishing press freedoms and democratic rights in the Philippines under President Rodrigo Duterte.