Verbal Attacks on Journalists – recurrent and without any consequence

Attacks against Kosovo journalists, to a large extent, remain unsolved. Author: Suada Qorraj / Photo: Pixabay On the night of June 13, 2020, an attempt was made to burn the car of Shkumbin Kajtazi, owner of “Jepi Zë” news portal. Four months later, in October of the same year, there were six shots fired at […]

On Unfamiliar Terms with Information Security

For a well-trained hacker, an attack on most independent media in Serbia would not be unfeasible. What the consequences could be depends not only on the ability of the attacker, but also on the digital hygiene of the media. Author: Filip Mirilović / Photo: Pixabay As the media is becoming increasingly digitized today, so is […]

No Penalties for Negative Comments on Social Networks of Montenegrin Media

In Montenegro there is no legal responsibility of media outlets for comments. Author: Teodora Đurnić / Photo: Pixabay At the moment, in Montenegro there is no legal responsibility of media outlets for comments on their social networks, so it is often debated whose responsibility it is to remove such comments. Since the Law on Media […]

Legal Framework on Transparency of Media Ownership on Hold

There is no progress in the legal regulation of the transparency of media ownership. Author: Kristina Gadže / Photo: Pixabay The law on transparency of media ownership has not yet been adopted despite the recommendations of the European Union (EU) and the efforts of civil society. The ownership structure can influence the editorial policies of […]