FML Blog


14 Oct 16 0

Only a few weeks after the fiasco over the deletion of Nick Ut’s Pulizer Prize winning photograph of a Vietnamese girl fleeing US-dropped napalm in 1972, Facebook has come under fire once again for censuring nudity, this time for removing a post about mammogram screening by the French Newspaper Le Monde.

06 Oct 16 0

The European Magazine Media Association (EMMA) published a report at today's European Media Freedom Conference in Leipzig, entitled “Securing Press Freedom across Europe” aimed as a call to action for Europe’s media sector in the light of recent regressions in Europe’s supposedly free press environment.

25 Sep 15 0

In a new article by Prof. Dr. Natali Helberger (University of Amsterdam), the concerns and questions new information intermediaries bring to the table are explored, particularly in regards to the effect they have on media diversity. Additionally, Helberger looks into the regulatory options for safeguarding media pluralism and regulating these new gatekeepers, who are increasingly in control of consumer data.