Knight International Journalism Fellow Javier Garza is developing courses and workshops on digital security for journalists and bloggers in Mexico and elsewhere in Latin America.
The Spanish-language site tracks attacks against Mexican journalists on a map, and features legal advice, security guidelines and more.
The first step to using digital media more safely is to identify potential threats or points of weakness in how you use your devices and tools.
Most reporters are skeptical about their need to adopt security measures, but here are some approaches to take when educating colleagues or others about digital security.
Visualizations of attacks can help newsrooms identify potential dangers, as well as needed security training and protocols, for their reporters.
The delegates, journalists and observers at a recent meeting of the United Nations Human Rights Council were at a loss to explain why violence against the press is increasing despite years of efforts to curtail it.
Covering an event like the World Cup is an enormous task for any news organization, but the social instability in Brazil has forced journalists to focus on something more than goals and cheering fans.
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