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Good news for news organisations with foreign correspondents in the US. The Dept of Homeland Security has withdrawn controversial visa plans that would have limited their stay. 👏👏👏 to collective protest, led by @EBUs @corbil88 and Wouter Gekiere https://www.federalregister.gov/documents/2021/07/06/2021-13929/establishing-a-fixed-time-period-of-admission-and-an-extension-of-stay-procedure-for-nonimmigrant

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Hybrid working is here to stay but journalists need to be "sensible about it" https://www.journalism.co.uk/news/hybrid-working-is-here-to-stay-but-journalists-need-to-be-sensible-about-it-/s2/a842058/

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Burner phones, fake sources and ‘evil twin’ attacks: journalism in the surveillance age | Bradley Hope https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2021/jul/22/burner-phones-fake-sources-evil-twin-attacks-journalism-surveillance

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Although banned in Myanmar, the use of VPNs remains widespread and platforms such as Twitter are still widely used to talk politics. Read more about how reporters are using social networks to cover news in that country:
https://buff.ly/2UgQkHM

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"Transparency is now more important than ever — to hold officials accountable and to give Indigenous people a true picture of how Indian Country has been affected by COVID-19."
https://www.poynter.org/commentary/2021/governments-created-an-informational-black-hole-for-indigenous-communities-and-covid-19/

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