Journalist Achola Rosario of Uganda's The Independent magazine faces off with police at a May 2013 protest over the closure of local news outlets, including The Daily Monitor, Kfm, and Red Pepper. (Edward Echwalu)
Governments' capacity to store transactional data and the content of communications poses a unique threat to journalism in the digital age.
The scope of the National Security Agency's digital surveillance raises doubts about the U.S. commitment to freedom of expression online.
Nations at Risk
Surveillance, restrictive Internet legislation, and cyberattacks compel CPJ to add cyberspace to the list of places trending in the wrong direction.