Two-thirds of American adults get at least some of their news from social media, even though many are skeptical about the accuracy of that information.
The wife of one of two Reuters journalists jailed in Myanmar made an emotional appeal to Aung San Suu Kyi to free her husband for the sake of their young daughter.
Saudi Arabia will punish online satire that "disrupts public order" with up to five years in prison, as the kingdom cracks down on dissent.
Police arrested a California man over his violent threats against employees of Boston Globe newspaper.
President Donald Trump took aim Tuesday at Google, claiming that news search results were "rigged" against him.
The Foreign Correspondents' Club of China said the foreign ministry had "effectively" ejected BuzzFeed News's Beijing bureau chief from the country.
An Iranian journalist has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for "insulting" an imam from the ninth century on Twitter.
U.S. President Donald Trump on Saturday accused social media platforms of "totally discriminating" against users with right-wing views.
The effects of President Donald Trump’s persistent attacks on the press are being felt beyond the U.S. border.
Google is crafting a search engine that would meet China's draconian censorship rules, in a move decried by human rights activists.
The publisher of the New York Times has warned Donald J. Trump in a White House meeting that the president's escalating attacks on the news media are "inflammatory" and "dangerous."
The WhatsApp messaging service began a week-long publicity campaign in Pakistan offering tips to spot fake news ahead of a general election.
The Egyptian parliament approved in a final reading a bill that would allow authorities to monitor social media users with the aim of combatting "fake news."
Media watchdog Reporters without Borders expressed alarm on Wednesday about India, with seven journalists killed in the past 18 months.
Russia's state media regulator Roskomnadzor on Friday accused television channel France 24 of violating Russian media laws, after Paris issued a warning to the French arm of Moscow's…
Five people were killed on Thursday in a shooting at the building that houses the Capital Gazette, a daily newspaper published in Annapolis, Maryland.