World Press Freedom Day, is celebrated today under theme “Journalism under digital siege,” highlighting the multiple ways in which journalism is endangered by surveillance and digitally-mediated attacks on journalists, and the consequences of this on public trust in digital communication. The day also serves as a reminder to governments of their need to defend press freedom and protect journalists. Here’s Zoé Titus, the Director at the Namibia Media Trust with her message for the day.
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