Yesterday, the heads of our biggest media organisations banded together to seek greater protections for their journalists. But, what is on the table, and what can we realistically expect?
It’s not just extreme examples like Julian Assange, the right to be heard, and the concept of dissent have been severely wounded.
The AFP raiding the house of a journalist is not about muzzling the media, it has everything to do with our government’s war on whistleblowers.
Michael Burrill’s #CurrentAffairsWrap covers the Zaky Mallah fallout, anti-terror legislation overseas and accusations from Nauru.
Laurie Atlas reminds the basket-weaving left-wing conspiracy types that Rupert Murdoch might have just a little bit more on his mind than trying to upset them.
All Akira Lasker wants is an impartial media outlet, and yet, even as an ardent ALP supporter, he can only see the proposed ALP news service as #NewsCorpLeft.