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Press Freedom In Australia

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posted on 2020-10-16, 06:24 authored by Danielle Johanesen
This article outlines the role of libraries in ensuring the free flow of information and upholding freedom of the press. It was written in response to the 2019 raids on journalist's homes and news corporations by the Australian Federal Police.

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2019-01-01

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Incite

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Australian Library and Information Association

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Deakin, ACT, Australia

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40

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9/10

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1p. (p. 30-30)

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0158-0876

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