Showing items tagged with 'anti-terrorism laws'
29 October 2015: Union criticises seizure of a Newsnight reporter's laptop using terrorism laws.
28 October 2015: Police in Istanbul raided of Kanaltürk and Bugün TV, part of pro-opposition media holding Koza-Ipek, this morning.
19 February 2014: Journalists have condemned the Court of Appeal judgment that it was lawful for police to seize material from David Miranda at Heathrow airport last August.
6 November 2013: The NUJ joins free speech organisations in challenging use of counter-terrorism powers to detain David Miranda.
23 August 2013: Michelle Stanistreet on why she was shocked but not surprised at the detention of David Miranda for the crime of being the partner of a respected investigative journalist.
22 August 2013: Journalists condemn the detention of David Miranda and the destruction of documents held by the Guardian and call for a legal review across Europe.
3 March 2012: The IFJ and its affiliates are marking this year's World Press Freedom Day by calling for the release of journalists held for their professional activities.
12 January 2012: Judge Tom Burgess, the Belfast Recorder, decided not to order the BBC to hand over video shot at a Real IRA parade in Derry in April 2011 to the PSNI.
28 December 2011: Independent journalism in Turkey cannot survive unless action is taken to halt the use of anti-terror laws to silence journalists, the EFJ has warned.
11 September 2011: Leading journalists and human rights advocates told an international conference on anti-terror laws that legislation enacted in the aftermath of attacks has had a chilling effect on journalism in many countries, allowing governments to evade public scrutiny.