[Philippines] Cyber attacks continue against alternative news website

Alternative media organization Bulatlat.com reported receiving continuous denial-of-service (DoS) attacks from 19 to 29 January 2019, which brought the website down for several days.

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Weekly Media Roundup (19 – 25 January 2019)

Some of the press freedom- and free expression-related events and issues you might have missed last week

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[Indonesia] AJI Denounces President Jokowi’s Grant of Remission to Journalist’s Murderer

Indonesian President Joko Widodo’s decision to reduce I Nyoman Susrama’s sentence has obstructed justice and hurt not only the victim’s family but also the country’s press community.

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[Indonesia] Lighter sentence for convicted killer a ‘step back’ for press freedom

The Aliansi Jurnalis Independen (Alliance of Independent Journalists, AJI) chapter in Denpasar (capital city of the Indonesian province of Bali) has denounced the president’s decision. AJI Denpasar chairperson Nandhang R. Astika described it as a “step back” in press freedom.

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[Philippines] NUJP: PNA fake news proves gov’t hand in red-tagging

That the state news agency, which is under the supervision of the Presidential Communications Operations Office, saw fit to run this utterly malicious and false story clearly proves that this is, indeed, an orchestrated campaign to vilify and silence not just the NUJP but the independent and critical press, involving no less than the Government of the Republic of the Philippines.

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[Philippines] Tabloids link NUJP to CPP-NPA-NDF

Three Manila-based tabloids published similar banner stories on 7 January 2019 linking the National Union of Journalists of the Philippines to the Communist Party of the Philippines, the New People’s Army, and the National Democratic Front of the Philippines.

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