VICE launches new legal battle to protect journalist's materials
The company argues an RCMP order for Ben Makuch's communications with a dead ISIS fighter is "unenforceable."
Canadian politicians aren’t fazed by Supreme Court ruling against VICE reporter
The decision compels VICE reporter Ben Makuch to hand over his communications with an alleged ISIS member
This Is a Dark Day for Press Freedom
Our editorial response to today’s Supreme Court of Canada ruling.
The Writers, Editors and Producers of VICE
Supreme Court rules against VICE in press freedom battle against the RCMP
The Supreme Court has upheld an RCMP order compelling VICE and reporter Ben Makuch to hand over source materials.
Supreme Court of Canada will rule on VICE press freedom case on Friday
The extent to which Canadian law enforcement can access a journalist’s work is at the heart of the case of national security reporter Ben Makuch.
A Note from the Editor
Hey JT, Thanks for the Help with the Far Right, Now Maybe Keep Our Reporter Out of Jail
We appreciate Justin Trudeau’s defence of press freedom, but he could go a lot further.
VICE press freedoms case now in the hands of the Supreme Court
Media groups back up reporter Ben Makuch, who has been ordered by Canadian police to hand over communications he had with a suspected terrorist
VICE's legal battle with RCMP hits the Supreme Court
The case of national security reporter Ben Makuch could result in a landmark decision for press freedoms in Canada
Supreme Court of Canada to hear VICE press freedoms case
VICE reporter Ben Makuch is challenging the RCMP's demands to hand over materials on an accused ISIS militant he interviewed
Is the Mexican Government Spying on Journalists?
On the season finale of 'CYBERWAR,' Ben Makuch investigates why government spyware is cropping up on Mexican reporters' smartphones.
This Medical Marijuana User Was Kicked Off an Organ Transplant List
Tune in to VICELAND Tuesday for the season finale of 'WEEDIQUETTE,' along with a new episode of 'CYBERWAR.'
Canada won’t say whether it will stop prosecuting a dead ISIS fighter
Even after his supposed death, Canadian police kept up efforts to seize a VICE journalist’s notes