Chilling Legislation: Tracking the Impact of “Fake News” Laws on Press Freedom Internationally

As an increasing number of countries have passed legislation meant to combat the spread of misinformation, disinformation, and mal-information, journalists and news organizations around the world are getting caught in the crosshairs.

Investing in Facts: How the Business Community Can Support a Healthy Infosphere

In this joint report by the Center for International Media Assistance and the Center for International Private Enterprise, Marius Dragomir identifies entry points for the private sector to support a healthy information space.

Fighting SLAPPs: What Can Media, Lawyers, and Funders Do?

The damage done by SLAPPs is far-reaching and curbing it is an imperative for media freedom. In many countries, law reform is critical but not the only response. This report discusses tactics that journalists, activists, and defense lawyers can use to defang SLAPPs, including setting up mutual insurance mechanisms, pooling resources, and advocating for changes to court rules.