"Journalists who do not publish false news need not worry about the Digital Security Bill."
In a post on his verified Facebook page, Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina's ICT Affairs Adviser Sajeeb Wazed Joy has heavily criticised Sampadak Parishad (Editors' Council) for raising...
A group of teachers and scholars of journalism and media studies call upon the government to reconsider the “draconian” Digital Security Act.
The Digital Security Bill 2018 might be considered useful for the government in the short term, but it could boomerang on the government in the long run, Transparency International Bangladesh said...
Bangladesh government will be redrafting the Digital Security Act that has drawn flack over fears of gagging free media and freedom of speech.
The parliamentary standing committee on post, telecom and ICT would consider any concerns journalists may have over the Digital Security Act, 2018.
Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader calls upon the media people not to be worried of the proposed Digital Security Act, 2018.
Workers Party of Bangladesh demands revoking of all the repressive sections, including the Section 32 of the proposed Digital Security Act-2018.
Law Minister Anisul Huq today said he will “fight free of cost” for journalists affected by the proposed Digital Security Act, dubbed as the emerging media-gagging law.