Website registration: the fundamental questions remains, ‘What’s the point?’

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There’s a report in the Times of Malta today about which websites will or won’t More


It’s such fun having the government breathing down our neck, isn’t it

The government that wants transparency from citizens but refuses to be transparent to citizens itself: …

The Orwellian government: caught between a rock and a hard place

This is Aleander Balzan, registered editor of the Labour Party’s television station. After a sustained …

You must read this: the big front-page article in yesterday’s print edition of Sueddeutsche Zeitung

Our thanks must go to the reader who kindly agreed to patiently translate this into …

Send them to the Tower. Off with the traitors’ heads.

Do take care not to use the hashtag #bringbacktheguillotine anywhere near Marie Louise Coleiro’s name, …

Head of state’s husband gives recipe for quiche with cauliflower and gbejniet

Meanwhile, on a totally different planet… …

Message to government: how about registering the names of those who own Vitals instead?

#lessonsingovernmenttransparency (1) The government wants the names of all those of us who own and/or edit …

“Gosh, you don’t say”: Labour MEP Marlene Mizzi works hard for our money

I guess it’s a lot easier than talking about media freedom. Note to Maria l-Maws …

Carl Bildt: that’s right

Malta makes the front page again: today’s Sueddeutsche Zeitung

Malta made the front page today – of Germany’s leading national newspaper, the Munich-based Sueddeutsche …

University students political group speaks out against media bill: “We cannot remain silent when faced with p...

Studenti Demokristjani Maltin (SDM), a students’ political group, has released a statement about the government’s …

University of Malta’s Media Department head calls government’s attempt to force registration of ‘...

Gorg Mallia, head of Department of Media and Communications in the Faculty of Media and …

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Casa, Metsola and Commodini Cachia say government’s media bill is “a serious threat to internet freedom...

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Prime Minister whose aide runs a website attacking critical journalists talks about “media freedom”

Yes, of course his stance is hypocritical. They talk about media freedom and then have …

Green Party chairman reacts to government’s new media bill

Arnold Cassola is chairman of Alternattiva Demokratika, Malta’s Green Party. He says that he …


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