Ukrainian journalists reportedly detained in Minsk, their phones turned off – media Two of the detainees are citizens of Ukraine.
19:55, 07 August 2020
RFE/RL condemns threatened release of journalists' personal data In Ukraine The RFE/RL president urged the Ukrainian authorities to "hold accountable those who commit actions that undermine the public's belief in Ukraine's commitment to freedom of expression."
23:30, 03 November 2019
RFE/RL investigative journalist targeted in Ukraine data-disclosure order – media The court's order also would allow authorities to review all text messages sent and received on Sedletska's phone during the 17-month period, as well as other data.
18:35, 04 September 2018
Putin calls for more “positive content” on social media His comments come against a backdrop of a clampdown on freedom of expression online, with a growing number of Russians being prosecuted for their posts and comments, and even for their “shares” and “likes.”
11:40, 17 August 2018
Ukrainian lawmakers propose Russian-style internet restrictions in name of national security One of the key fears is that the bill would give dangerous power to investigators, prosecutors and judges to arbitrarily determine whether certain information on a particular website was prohibited.
10:00, 25 June 2018
EU on social networks ban: national security measures should not affect right to free expression <p>The European Union admits that national security is a prerogative of the Ukrainian authorities, at the same time noting Brussels expects that the restrictive measures do not affect the right to free expression, that’s according to a statement by Jurgis Vilcinskas, Head of the Press and Information Section at the EU Delegation to Ukraine.</p>
17:50, 19 May 2017