CNN.com highlights high number of journalist arrests
April 21, 2009 10:11 AM ET
CPJ Executive Director Joel Simon spoke extensively to CNN.com's Tom Watkins about the huge number of journalists imprisoned for their work around the globe. The piece comes at a time when two high profile cases--that of Roxana Saberi in Iran, and Euna Lee and Laura Ling in North Korea--have put the spotlight on jailed journalists. Read the full article, "Journalist arrests not rare, advocates say," online here.
China not most censored, but may be most ambitious
May 2, 2012 2:10 PM ET
China didn't make the cut for our 10 most censored countries. While the Chinese Communist Party's censorship apparatus is notorious, journalists and Internet users work hard to overcome the restrictions. Nations like Eritrea and North Korea lack that dynamism....