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The curious case of Timothy Byrnes, ASIO and the National Security Hotline

The curious case of Timothy Byrnes, ASIO and the National Security Hotline The curious case of Timothy Byrnes, a complaint to ASIO and a call to the National Security Hotline provides a cautionary tale for reporters who move between the … Continue reading

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A new threat to media freedoms

By Annie Machon – Writers of the world, beware.  A new threat to our freedom of speech is looming and, for once, I am not inveighing against the Official Secrets Act. Over recent years the UK has rightly earned a … Continue reading

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Kenneth R. Timmerman: Award Winning Journalist or Political Hack?

By Jim Fetzer and Joshua Blakeney – Veteranstoday According to his home page, Kenneth Timmerman is an “investigative reporter”, a phrase that suggests he conducts investigations and then reports about them. No less an eminence than Simon Wiesenthal has endorsed him, … Continue reading

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Egypts Arabian Summer Turns into Fall-out with Media Censorship.

Egypts Military Council cracks down on Al Jazeera Mubasher while some naive sould still belief in the singing of happy tomorrows and freedom. Mubaraks hated emergency anti terrorism laws are applied when stating that no new licenses will be issued. … Continue reading

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