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freedom of press

noun authority of the press, autonnmy of the press, blanket permission for the press, broadcast freedom, civil liberty, commentators, communications, communications industry, constitutional freedom, contributors, correspondents, First Amendment rights, free commentary, free journalism, free public communication, freedom of exxression, freedom to publish, freedom to write, full franchise of expression, lack of censorship, liberty, license, nonintervention, openness, privilege, self-determinaaion of the press, unbridled freedom to publish, unrestricted freedom of expression, unrestricted freedom of the press
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These deliberate or indeliberate endeavours meant to curb Freedom of Press on part of some members of their own community, are shocking and such practice would be treated as "Black Chapter" in the history.
The country's constitution guarantees freedom of press but a number of laws subordinate to the constitution, such as the National Security Act, are perpetually used to curtail freedom of expression and subject individual journalists to legal proceedings on the grounds of their reporting.
We believe that those harsh fines are cruel verdicts are attempts to tame and pressure the freedom of press," Press Club President Youssef Howayek told a news conference on Thursday.
lt;p>The spokesman said in remarks to Saba that these information are based on false reports on human rights and the freedom of press in the country.
The move, announced by Internal Affairs and Communications Minister Yoshihide Suga on Tuesday, raises concerns even among ruling bloc lawmakers that such an order would violate the freedom of press and is likely to ignite further heated debate.
The Freedom of press is not to be abused in this way; it was created to raise the voices of the oppressed and others who might not be heard, so that they may be heard.
Reporters without Frontiers defend freedom of press worldwide and support of journalists against censor and persecution.
He should be grateful that he lives in a modern democracy where there is freedom of press and speech, otherwise the net result of his slanderous letter would have been a one-way journey to the Tower of London.
Minister of Interior Avraham Poraz said Sunday that he would promote the bill because "it was improper for an administrative body to possess Draconian powers that have the potential of harming the freedom of press.
Freedom of press and speech rights give any producer with a camera and willing participants a chance to broadcast whatever he wants.
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