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Bad News | Thursday December 16

Press freedom. More cooperation between Seemo and Ossigeno
Among the NGO based in Vienna and the Observatory located in Rome began a joint activity at the international level. An agreement signed in Belgrade. A joint statement

8 intimidations against journalists this week in Italy
This week, Ossigeno has verified and made know 8 cases of intimidation against journalists and information operators which names have been includes in the Table.

Threats in Italy

Frosinone. Damaged car of a judicial news reporter
Marina Mingarelli deals with judicial reporting for the daily Il Messaggero and for the online magazine TG24. Filed a complaint against unknown persons

Prevents reporter from working. Figc sanctions director general of Pavia
Established for Nicola Bignotti, former director general of the Football Association Pavia, an inhibition for two months and a fine of 1,200 euro payable by the club

Defamation and Lawsuit and legal action

Daily L’Unità. Even the appeal rejects the request for damages to Berlusconi
The former prime minister had asked for 1 million and 800 thousand euro to the Nuova Iniziativa Editoriale, and to the then Editor-in-Chief Concita De Gregorio along with two other journalists

Sports. President of Palmese fottball club announces lawsuit against reporter
Giuseppe Carbone resented an article by the journalist Sigfrifo Parrello in which his referral by the Federal Prosecutor is described

Other News

Kosovo: media banned from the court
The European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) is joining its affiliate, the Association of Journalists of Kosovo (AJK), to denounce the ban on media to cover the initial hearing of the so-called “Land Fraud” case involving senior politicans and judges

PDLI: una aberración la ‘Ley Mordaza’ del gobierno madrileño
La Plataforma en Defensa de la Libertad de Información (PDLI) ha manifestado hoy su rechazo al proyecto de Ley aprobado por el gobierno de Cristina Cifuentes que prevé multas de hasta 45.000 euros por mensajes en redes sociales que la Administración regional llegue a considerar que son insultos

España: para Rajoy violaciónes son “una broma”
La Plataforma en Defensa de la Libertad de Información (PDLI) considera sorprendente la afirmación del presidente del gobierno, Mariano Rajoy, cuando ha asegurado esta mañana en el Congreso que “decir que en España hay problema de libertad de expresión parece una broma”, en respuesta a una pregunta parlamentaria del portavoz del PSOE, Antonio Hernando

The gag to information. Dossier by Ossigeno

Ossigeno per l’Informazione has published this dossier on the occasion of the initiatives that it promoted, together with the European Centre for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF) of Leipzig, within the pilot project that goes by the same name and supported by the European Commission, to celebrate in Rome from October 24 to 26, 2016, the International Day to End Impunity for Crimes Against Journalists, an annual event convened by the United Nations.

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