National security and media freedom
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National security and media freedom

All around the world, national security laws are being used to muzzle journalists, and constrain the operation of a free media.

In Australia, a raft of national security legislation has been used against journalists – including those at the ABC and News Corp.

Journalist, Peter Greste, was imprisoned in Egypt under that country's anti- terrorism laws, and he believes Australia needs a Media Freedom Act, to protect public interest journalism.

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