This week Internet Monitor examines the "world's first list of terrorist journalists," arrests in both Laos and Iran, new custom Emojis from Twitter and the Anti-Defamation League's decision to place a new anii-Semitic symbol on its list of hate symbols.
This week, Internet Monitor reflects upon David Bowie's death, a recent ruling by the European Court of Human Rights, the brief detention of a Saudi human rights activist and ongoing tension between the Turkish government and Twitter.
Rupert Winchester, a British national, has been working as a journalist in Cambodia since 2011. Since he's gotten to the country, he's often cross-posted more long-form versions of his journalistic articles on his personal blog. One of his blog posts has now made him the target of a thorny defamation ruling – one that is raising questions about the landscape for online free expression in the country.