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Governments can no longer ignore the crisis facing public interest journalism

Governments can no longer stand on the sidelines but must step in to support independent journalism to preserve democracy, the ...
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Press freedom concerns with super ministry – MEAA

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The Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance (MEAA) the union and industry advocate for Australia’s journalists, is deeply concerned by the ...
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Government assault on encryption deeply concerning

The Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance (MEAA), the union and industry advocate for Australia’s journalists, is alarmed by the government ...
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MEAA welcomes Senate’s future of journalism inquiry

MEAA welcomes the establishment of a Senate select committee that will inquire and report on the future of journalism in ...
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Fairfax journalists write to Fairfax board and shareholders

Fairfax Media journalists have written to the company's board and  shareholders about management's plans to cut 1-in-4 jobs from metropolitan ...
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Worldwide support for Fairfax journalists

Around the world, journalists have expressed their support for Fairfax journalists in the wake of the company's decision on World ...
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New press freedom report is chilling reading

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MEAA’s annual report on press freedom in Australia paints a disturbing picture ...
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Speech: Australia’s lawmakers ignore press freedom issues

The speech delivered by MEAA CEO Paul Murphy to the 2017 Press Freedom Australia Dinner in Sydney, April 28 2017 ...
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AFP officer accesses journalist’s call metadata without a warrant

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MEAA is appalled at the revelation an Australian Federal Police officer has been able to access a journalist’s telecommunications data ...
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Asio confirms it is spying on journalists

The Media, Entertainment & Arts Alliance (MEAA), the union and industry advocate for Australia’s journalists, is concerned that Asio is ...
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