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Ariz. (AP) Tempe police say a multiday sting targeting human trafficking and prostitution has resulted in 30 arrests. Police say part of the operation involved detectives contacting women who had posted escort ads online. The investigation later
ments Mexican law would liberalize telecoms, but critics spy censorship Mexico says measures to track cell phone calls and censor websites are important for fighting cyberattacks, kidnappings, and other crimes. But opponents fear an online clampdown.
Mexico's ruling party appears to have stepped back from proposals to block Internet and telecom signals, following protests that ended in physical confrontations in Mexico City. The leader of the ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party in the Senate
Today, representatives of countries from around the world are meeting in Brazil to start discussing the Internet's future.
Chief Denounces Killing Of Journalist In The Philippines New York, Apr 22 2014 11:00AM The head of the United Nations agency tasked with defending press freedom has denounced the killing of journalist Rubylita Garcia and called on authorities in the
During the period of detention, it became apparent that the authorities were familiar with my movements during previous visits. In the last five years, 12 journalists have been prosecuted and jailed for lengthy terms (as long as 18 years) using the
Jerusalem Police detained on Thursday two activists involved in an upcoming protest for the legalization of marijuana. Amos Dov Silver and Ofer Bar-Tov are two of the organizers of protest smoke-a-thon "The Big Bong Night," planned for Saturday night
The Media Association Jamaica Limited (MAJ) has come out strongly against recent reports of threats, including death threats, against journalists. In a release yesterday, the associations chairman, Christopher Barnes, said journalists should be
A Jamaican attorney who is a top official with the sprinting powerhouse's anti-doping disciplinary panel has been arrested following a raid at a massage parlor he reportedly owns. Jamaican police said Thursday that Lennox Gayle has been charged with
In a move that has caught the attention of First Amendment advocates, the City Council on Tuesday tightened restrictions on public demonstrations, as well as other "disruptive conduct" and free speech that "disturbs and antagonizes" people attending