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The Unesco, suggested by human rights organisation article 19, is discussing if bloggers should have the same rights and protections as journalists, given they also adhere to a journalist code of ethics. That would be a big step forward, at least in theory, how much support that would really give to bloggers in autocratic or dictatorial regimes is a question only time can answer.

For your own research

results for the term press freedom at Google

results for the term press freedom at Bing

results for the term press freedom for bloggers at Google

results for the term press freedom for bloggers at Bing

 

Notice: This article is translated from an original article on one of my german websites Viktor-Leberecht.de or Polygamie-ist-gut-fuer-sie.de (engl:Polygamy is good for you). How i do my translations. Last updated: July 20, 2012 at 17:55 pm © Viktor Leberecht All rights reserved. Please feel free to share my content, but on republishing this post please provide a link to the original post, which happens automatically when you use Social-Sharing-Services. What do you think? Leave a comment here or send me a question through the contact form or the FAQ.

 

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 31/01/2011, Last updated: July 20, 2012 at 17:55 pm  Human rights Tagged with: , , ,  Add comments

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  1. [...] This article can also be found in a translated english version on my english-language website viktor-leberecht.com. How i do my translations. Besuchen Sie auch [...]

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