Practical Guides

Protection of Sources for Journalists

A free press is contingent on the free flow of information from the media to the public. Journalists rely on individuals to obtain facts, and opinions on socially, politically, or economically relevant issues
Protection of Sources for Journalists

DPDC PRACTICAL GUIDE SERIES | LOOKOUT CIRCULARS

Donate to help sustain our work [https://www.internetfreedom.in/donate]A Lookout Circular is a tool to restrict the movement of people who are trying to flee from the hands of Justice. The Hon’ble Apex Court in Satwant
DPDC PRACTICAL GUIDE SERIES | LOOKOUT CIRCULARS

DPDC PRACTICAL GUIDE SERIES | SEDITION

The offence of Sedition in India has taken a controversial shape in the recent past and has increasingly become a cause of concern for journalists. The offence is largely based on the principle that every state must be armed with
DPDC PRACTICAL GUIDE SERIES | SEDITION

DPDC PRACTICAL GUIDE SERIES | DEFAMATION

Donate to help sustain our work [https://www.internetfreedom.in/donate]From Akshay Kumar’s defamation suit against a YouTuber from Bihar claiming damages worth 500 Crore to Republic TV issuing a defamation notice to stop Navika Kumar criticizing Arnab
DPDC PRACTICAL GUIDE SERIES  | DEFAMATION

DPDC PRACTICAL GUIDE SERIES | ARTICLE 19

Donate to help sustain our work [https://www.internetfreedom.in/donate] Introduction Advent of technology in the past decade has led to a boom in electronic media. The press, which now includes not only print media but also digital media
DPDC PRACTICAL GUIDE SERIES | ARTICLE 19

2021: IFF takes a step towards defending journalism in India

> > > > Internet use in India must be protected by the freedoms guaranteed in the Constitution of India. With this as its guiding principle, the Internet Freedom Foundation has been engaged in strategic litigation in order to foster incremental and long term
2021: IFF takes a step towards defending journalism in India