Topic: Freedom of speech
14:13, — Freedom of speech
An access to a well-known website, Charter’97, has been blocked by a number of Belarusian internet providers.
9:35, — Freedom of speech
More Internet service providers have begun to restrict access to the website Charter'97.
9:32, — Freedom of speech
Brest's Maskouski district court heard an administrative case against Aliaksandr Liauchuk on March 26.
13:08, — Freedom of speech
Internet service providers have received a list of websites subject to access restrictions that is supposed to hit all Belarusian users.
17:07, — Freedom of speech
The human rights organisation has launched a campaign in defence of independent online media.
15:57, — Freedom of speech
Larysa Shchyrakova was sentenced to a fine for “complicity in illegal producing and dissemination of mass media products.”
13:46, — Freedom of speech
Journalist Larysa Shchyrakova is charged with violating article 22.9 of the Code of Administrative Offences (violating the law on the mass media).
13:36, — Freedom of speech
The Ministry of Information issued warnings to three independent regional newspapers.
13:39, — Freedom of speech
Freelance journalist Tamara Shchapetkina was summoned to police to get acquainted with the protocol for work with foreign mass media without accreditation.
11:22, — Freedom of speech
The Ministry of Information send out letters to other ministries asking them to report about the websites that violate the mass media legislation.
12:21, — Freedom of speech
Belarus is ranked in line with Sudan and China.
17:41, — Freedom of speech
The Supreme Court of Belarus upheld the official warning of the Information Ministry to Narodnaya Volya newspaper.
16:07, — Freedom of speech
The newspaper can be closed at any moment.
16:35, — Freedom of speech
The Information Ministry refused to say which websites are meant.
19:21, — Freedom of speech
On January 14 the preliminary court hearing in the case opened by “Narodnaya Volya” newspaper against the Information Ministry will take place.
10:28, — Freedom of speech
"Reporters without Borders" presented freedom of speech rating according to results of testing in 2014.
15:13, — Freedom of speech
The court of Hrodna region has not settled the claim of a freelance journalist from Hrodna Andrei Myaleshka.
19:28, — Freedom of speech
Lukashenka demands urges to build the system of ideological work “in accordance with dictates of the time.”
14:37, — Freedom of speech
The court of Leninski district of Brest fined a journalist from Brest, Ales Lyauchuk, 40 basic units (6 mln rubles).
13:55, — Freedom of speech
The Committee to Protect Journalists urges to stop repression against the independent media in Belarus.
8:43, — Freedom of speech
The website of Charter has been blocked for the sixth day.
10:40, — Freedom of speech
BelaPAN news agency has not received any official warning regarding the blockage and says there are no legal grounds to block the websites.
9:48, — Freedom of speech
The blockage of socio-political websites, for which no one has taken responsibility yet, is a complete breakdown of law and order.
16:40, — Freedom of speech
The website cannot be accessed by users from the territory of Belarus.
16:24, — Freedom of speech
AP, AFP, The Guardian, BBC inform about informational blockade in Belarus.
13:59, — Freedom of speech
The Belarusian Association of Journalists (BAJ) explains the blocking with the financial crisis.
18:17, — Freedom of speech
The Belarusian authorities have imposed a full-scale censorship on the Belarusian part of the Internet.
14:16, — Freedom of speech
The Political Council of the United Civil Party (UCP) has released a statement.
11:38, — Freedom of speech
The authorities can completely block any website.
20:40, — Freedom of speech
Independent journalist Ales Zaleuski received a warning from a prosecutor after two fines.
9:19, — Freedom of speech
The Minsk city prosecutor's office got interested in a journalist of Polish TVP channel.
13:48, — Freedom of speech
The Deputy Ambassador of the Netherlands to Belarus thinks the independent media should be available for the Belarusians.
11:20, — Freedom of speech
The international human rights organisation has appealed to the Belarusian authorities.
14:46, — Freedom of speech
The journalist will receive a summons to a court for her cooperation with Radio Racyja.
9:38, — Freedom of speech
Judge Natallia Charapukha from Babruisk delivered a verdict in the case of independent journalist Maryna Malchanava.
15:52, — Freedom of speech
Independent journalists don't have opportunities to work in Belarus.
16:08, — Freedom of speech
Journalists continue to suffer harassment in Belarus despite a visit of an OSCE representative.
12:52, — Freedom of speech
KGB suspects Mahilou independent journalists Aliaksandr Burakou and Mikhail Arshinski in “cooperating with foreign media without an accreditation”.
15:28, — Freedom of speech
Charter97.org received a reply from Amazon hosting company over claims from Roskomnadzor.
12:37, — Freedom of speech
The state-owned telecommunications monopoly continues blocking our website. Here are instructions how to bypass the blocked access.
14:44, — Freedom of speech
The administration of the national communications service provider decided to take refuge in silence.
11:46, — Freedom of speech
Russia's backbone operator Rostelecom blocked access to our website yesterday.
15:15, — Freedom of speech
The editorial office of charter97.org has received another notification about restricted access to an article at our website.
11:21, — Freedom of speech
A news article about the “Siberian Republic” was blocked.
8:50, — Freedom of speech
We continue our work due to your support.
1:28, — Freedom of speech
Belarus’ largest internet-provider does not allow its users to enter Ukrainian web-sites.
13:02, — Freedom of speech
After our appeal for help came out, hundreds of our readers took up the call.
8:17, — Freedom of speech
Stop being dummies.
12:46, — Freedom of speech
The Ministry of Information has issued a warning to the newspaper Svobodnye Novosti Plus.
14:11, — Freedom of speech
The police detained Anatoly Hatouchyts at the central railway station in Homel on March 12.