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Assange extradition ruling a double edged sword

By ALLISON HORE On Monday a UK judge ruled that Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange, cannot be extradited to the United States after accepting medical evidence he would be at risk in US custody.  Assange has been in prison in the UK since 2019 after hiding out in the Ecuadorian Embassy for seven years to avoid […]

Newspapers fire warning shot for press freedoms

By ALLISON HORE On Monday 21 October, the front pages of newspapers across Australia were splashed with black censorship bars - an unprecedented group warning from the media about the country’s eroding press freedoms and tightening laws around whistleblowers. The move was part of a new campaign by Australia’s Right to Know (ARTK), an organisation […]