September 16, 2014
by Josh Guckert
JURIST Guest Columnist Sandy Davidson, of the University of Missouri School of Journalism and School of Law, discusses the recent revelations of Yahoo and the potential fallout...At least the Yahoo case has now shed a little sunshine on secret government surveillance. The US government, as part ...[read more]
July 20, 2014
by Julie Deisher
An Ethiopian court on Friday charged nine journalists with terrorism and inciting violence under Ethiopia's anti-terrorism law. The journalists, including six bloggers, were arrested in April and have been prevented from accessing their families or legal counsel since their arrests. According to ...[read more]
June 11, 2014
by Maria Coladonato
JURIST Guest Columnist Sandy Davidson of the University of Missouri School of Journalism and School of Law discusses removal of a person's past information from the Internet and the potential slippery slope this creates ... By recognizing in May "the right to be forgotten," the European Union's ...[read more]
May 7, 2014
by G. Redd
Bursting on the heels of the mobile technology revolution, social media later recaptured international attention for its abilities to disseminate information more quickly and directly than traditional news outlets during critical moments in popular upheaval. With smart technology readily ...[read more]
January 30, 2014
by Cynthia Miley
Egyptian prosecutors charged 20 Al Jazeera journalists on Wednesday for joining or conspiring with a terrorist group and broadcasting false images. The journalists are accused of altering and broadcasting video footage of false scenes of a civil war and influencing public opinion toward thinking ...[read more]
September 16, 2013
by Dan DeRight
JURIST Guest Columnist Sandra Davidson, of the University of Missouri School of Law, says that by failing to provide shield protection at the Federal level, the US risks both a chilling effect on investigative journalism and an increased potential for the uncontrolled release of information ...[read more]
March 19, 2013
by Andrew Morgan
The Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism on Monday released its annual State of the News Media Report. Among other notable findings, the report says (for all intents and purposes) that more people should be reading, and contributing to, JURIST. Okay, so maybe it doesn't say ...[read more]
March 4, 2013
by Alex Ferraro
JURIST Guest Columnist Sandy Davidson of the University of Missouri School of Journalism and the University of Missouri School of Law evaluates the Third Circuit's decision to bar members of the press from reporting inside polling places...Welcome to Humpty Dumpty Land! "'When I use a word,' ...[read more]
January 22, 2013
by Zachariah Rivenbark
On January 22, 2008, an Afghan court sentenced journalism student Sayad Parwez Kambaksh to death for blasphemy. The panel alleged that Kambaksh's criticism of gender roles in Afghan society insulted Islam, an offense punishable by death under Article 130 of the Afghanistan Constitution. In ...[read more]
June 29, 2012
by Caleb Pittman
JURIST Guest Columnist Toni Locy of Washington & Lee University says that the erroneous news reports about the Supreme Court's decision on the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act were the result of a desire for speed over quality in journalism...When a big news story breaks, the ...[read more]

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