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ANALYSIS: By Maria Ressa and Dmitry Muratov in Oslo We call for a world in which technology is built in service of humanity and where...

ANALYSIS: By Alexander Gillespie, University of Waikato and Claire Breen, University of Waikato With only six days left for submissions to the select committee examining...

By Hayden Donnell, RNZ Mediawatch producer A documentary from Stuff Circuit this week delved into Aotearoa New Zealand's growing extreme far-right and anti-vax movement. Why did...

By Colin Peacock, RNZ Mediawatch presenter Two New Zealand government agencies have revealed mounting concern about the intensity and the impact of online misinformation --...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk Frontline investigative articles on Aotearoa New Zealand’s 23-day Parliament protester siege, social media disinformation and Asia-Pacific media changes and adaptations are...

ANALYSIS: By Romitesh Kant A shortage of resources and investment from major digital platforms has left the Pacific region battling a campaign of misinformation and...

East-West Center Nobel Peace Prize laureate and press freedom champion Maria Ressa wasn’t intending to make breaking news when she planned her keynote address at...

RNZ Pacific As the Papua New Guinea elections approach next month there are increasing worries about the spreading of false information. The poll begins on July...

By Loreben Tuquero in Manila On social media, Ferdinand Marcos Jr needed to have all pieces in place to stage a Malacañang comeback: he had...

RNZ News New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has delivered the highly regarded Harvard Commencement address, calling out social media as a threat to modern...

RNZ Pacific Vanuatu's outgoing president, Obed Moses Tallis, has urged the government not to abolish the Ministry of Justice, warning against a "dictatorial system". His opening...

ANALYSIS: By Binoy Kampmark Children should not pay for the sins of their parents. But in some cases, a healthy suspicion of the offspring is...

Rappler Former political prisoner Cristina Bawagan still has the dress she wore the day she was arrested, tortured and sexually abused by soldiers during the...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk A Melbourne-based Indonesian media academic has warned that declining media freedom in Australia is undermining the country's ability to project liberal...

ANALYSIS: By Shailendra Singh Social media is a mixed bag, with both democratic and undemocratic tendencies. But then few things in life are perfect. And in that...

COMMENTARY: By Gavin Ellis Atrocities and total war are not pixilated or sanitised. They bring death with unimaginable brutality and obliterate lives with indifference. It...

By Michael Field of The Pacific Newsroom Fiji’s police chief Sitiveni Qiliho looks to have dug out an old playbook that was used over a...

ANALYSIS: By Sean Phelan, Massey University One striking feature of the “freedom convoy” protests in Ottawa, Wellington and elsewhere has been the intense antagonism towards...

RNZ News Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says she is saddened and angered by protesters' actions today, and that the New Zealand Parliament's grounds have been...

ANALYSIS: By Paul Spoonley, Massey University It has been interesting to watch media and public commentators come to the realisation -- sometimes slowly -- that...

By Vitorio Mantalean in Jakarta The Indonesian Independent Journalist Alliance (AJI) has condemned the hacking and disinformation attacks against the group's general chairperson Sasmito Madrim...

Pacific Media Watch newsdesk Reporters Without Borders (RSF) has condemned the threats and violence against news media by protesters during the 16-day anti-covid-19 vaccine mandates...