Bad News | Monday April 3
Italy and Spain. Freedom and censorship. A deafening silence
The description given by speakers at the conference organised on the 23rd March 2017 by Ossigeno at the Complutense University in Madrid
The speech that Mario Garcia de Castro gave at the Complutense University in Madrid on March 23rd, 2017 on the occasion of the conference
It was held on March 23 at the Universitad Complutense following an initiative by Ossigeno and Plataforma por la Defensa de la Libertard de Informacion
Seminary sponsored by Ossigeno per l’Informazione-ECPMF-PDLI and supported by the European Commission
Read More in Italian on the conference in Madrid
Read More in Spanish on the conference in Madrid
This week, Ossigeno has verified and made know 8 cases of intimidation against journalists and information operators.
Targeted because of their work: Marco Ferri + redazione; Stefano Andreone; Irene Buscemi; Massimiliano Scagliarini, Giuseppe De Tomaso; Claudia Aldi.
The Court of Reggio recognized the intimidating effect of the citation for a million euro. The bill before the Senate is still in the doldrums (and needs to be rewritten)
After more than six years, the judge deemed the legal action of the former governor of Calabria against journalists Lucio Musolino and Paolo Pollichieni as “intimidating”
The writing “infamous journalists, get off our backs” were on display during the Bologna-Chievo game. ODG, USSI and GERGS Emilia Romagna intervened
It was established by the provincial committee for order and public safety, following engraving of nazi symbols on the car of Paolo Berizzi. The notes from CDR and FNSI
The club had threatened lawsuit against Il Fatto Quotidiano, which had written of a disciplinary investigation for alleged links between the leaders and criminals in environments amongst hooligan groups
Journalist and operator were documenting a protest against the construction of the TAP gas pipeline. Solidarity from Assostampa Puglia and Newsroom Committee
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