Showing items tagged with 'surveillance'
8 March 2017: Trade unionist and former journalist Stuart Laidlaw explains the ongoing Canadian campaign for the protection of media sources.
16 February 2017: Trade union leaders question the inquiry team's ability to stop the police from obstructing the pursuit of justice.
13 February 2017: Journalists face being criminalised for doing their jobs under proposals to update the Official Secrets Act.
21 December 2016: The NUJ has welcomed the decision of the European court of justice (ECJ) that general and indiscriminate retention of email and electronic communications by the UK government is illegal.
18 November 2016: The extremely intrusive and unnecessary surveillance powers contained within the Investigatory Powers Bill trample over the very principles of journalism.
15 November 2016: NUJ highlights concerns about three draft bills currently being debated in parliament.
13 September 2016: Updates from the NUJ delegation at TUC Congress.
25 July 2016: During our campaign to amend the Investigatory Powers Bill we have been told that the surveillance of journalists and trade unionists is a thing of the past. This is patently not the case.
28 June 2016: Speaking at the NUJ’s PR and communications branch meeting last night, Michelle Stanistreet explained the importance of the union's work on surveillance.
13 June 2016: The International Federation of Journalists has voted for an NUJ motion to set up working group on surveillance.