Showing items tagged with 'surveillance'
18 June 2019: In partnership with Scottish PEN, the National Union of Journalists, the Saltire Society and the University of Edinburgh Law School, we will answer these questions in this free full-day conference exploring modern press freedom through the threats we face.
14 June 2019: The NUJ has been granted permission to intervene in a judicial review of the Investigatory Powers Act 2016. The union maintains there is inadequate protection for journalists, their equipment, materials and sources.
5 June 2019: The NUJ has joined the International Federation of Journalists and Australian union the Media Entertainment & Arts Alliance in opposition to this threat to press freedom.
29 January 2019: Despite repeated warnings of the dangers contained in the Crime (Overseas Production Orders) Bill, the government has ignored them.
13 September 2018: The ruling represents a significant blow to UK government and its repressive surveillance laws
30 October 2017: Helen Mills, senior associate at the Centre for Crime and Justice Studies explains the lack of transparency threatens the right to protest in the UK.
26 October 2017: A great day for journalism and democracy in Canada as new shield law to protect sources and whistleblowers is introduced.
15 June 2017: Union highlights NUJ members long and proud history of defending the public's right to know and calls for better safeguards for journalists and journalism.
12 April 2017: Manchester and Salford branch is screening Citizenfour a documentary about Edward Snowden in association with Open Rights Group.
8 March 2017: Trade unionist and former journalist Stuart Laidlaw explains the ongoing Canadian campaign for the protection of media sources.