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Kim Dotcom ... the "most wanted man online". Video: Caught in the Web Pacific Media Watch Newsdesk Kim Dotcom: Caught in the Web is the new...

By Bob Howarth in Dili, Timor-Leste A Dili District Court judge has acquitted two Timor-Leste journalists on a charge of criminal defamation on the grounds...

Indonesia's Chief Security Minister Wiranto says it is important to maintain a "balance" between rights and duties to avoid violence against journalists on duty. Wiranto...

Pacific Media Watch Sedition charges against several Fiji Times Limited staff have loomed larger with the Criminal Investigations Department of the Fijian police force executing...

The Fijian authorities must immediately drop politically-motivated sedition charges against The Fiji Times newspaper group, says Amnesty International. “By charging The Fiji Times with sedition,...

On World Day Against Cyber-Censorship, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) released a report denouncing the readiness with which leading internet companies submit to the demands...

By Jane Joshua in Port Vila Vanuatu’s Right To Information (RTI) Act has become law after it was published in the official Gazette, less than...

By Tokasa Rainima in Suva Fiji Times publisher Hank Arts’ bail variation application has been dismissed by the Suva High Court. Justice Thushara Rajasinghe told Arts...

The International Federation of Journalists and the South East Asia Journalist Unions have joined international organisations Committee to Protect Journalists and Freedom House in...

Former PNG politician Dame Carol Kidu, who features in Media Stockade's feature documentary The Opposition, is seeking an injunction to stop the filmmakers from...