This blog post is part of a series by Chioma Nwaodike, a lawyer from Nigeria who is currently an Atlas Corps Internet Policy Fellow at Internews.Read more
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Only truth — not propaganda — can beat back Russia’s misinformation offensive.
The Ebola crisis in West Africa was quickly recognized as being driven as much by misinformation and rumors as by weaknesses in the h
Misinformation is hampering efforts to tackle the Ebola outbreak in west Africa as rumours and speculation exacerbate the epidemic.
“How can a man in a cave out-communicate the world’s leading communications society?” This question, plaintively posed by long-time U.S.
May 3rd marks World Press Freedom Day.
As Kenya approaches a pivotal presidential election on March 4, the world's media will undoubtedly focus on the specta
The apparent end of censorship has unleashed a veritable media gold rush in Myanmar (Burma). On his visit there, President Obama should encourage the country's wave of democratic reforms by highlighting the urgent need for free and open media to reach all parts of the country.