(CALIFORNIA) JUST IN: #PressFreedom NOT ON Facebook as they are at it again banning a ‘ 24Nyt Danish News Outlet ‘ reporting on ‘ Immigration & Populist Movement ‘ that is critical of the EU by telling the #Truth and not providing #FalseNews #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Apr.14: Ahead of Danish elections, Facebook “has banned a Danish news outlet critical of the EU, immigration and mainstream media two times in a single day.” Many Europeans have been brought to chaos due to Muslim migration and the unwillingness of many Muslim migrants to assimilate: Frustration in the face of reckless immigration policies has given rise to the populist movement, so now Facebook has decided to up the ante in its interference with the Danish political process.

Social media expert Johan Farkas of Malmö University called the measure “extraordinary”. “It is highly unusual that Facebook throws out a Danish media. As far as I know, this is a first”, Farkas said….

“Facebook Pulls Plug on Anti-Immigration News Site Ahead of Danish Elections,” Sputnik News, April 12, 2019:

The social media giant has banned a Danish news outlet critical of the EU, immigration and mainstream media two times in a single day. The blackout occurred after a state broadcaster blew the whistle ahead of looming general elections.

The Danish alternative news outlet 24Nyt has had its Facebook page with over 34,000 followers closed. State-owned Danish Radio (DR) has acknowledged its role in the shutdown.

According to 24Nyt, Facebook announced that its page “doesn’t follow Facebook’s policy”, which is the standard message for users and organisations who have their profiles switched off. “It is known that people and media critical of immigration are exposed to Facebook’s censorship”, 24Nyt suggested.

The same day, 24Nyt started a new Facebook page that was also subsequently shut down.

Later, state-run Danish Radio acknowledged its part in the shutdown of their independent competitor.

A week ago, DR contacted Facebook and presented a dossier of 24Nyt’s actions on their platform, triggering an investigation. Facebook later confirmed that 24Nyt’s page had been closed with info from that exact investigation, but without disclosing the reason.

Danish Radio described 24Nyt as a page “that urged to fight against established media and left-wing bias”. Danish Radio also admitted that over the past two years, 24Nyt had had a “significant impact” on Facebook, which is now “over”.

Social media expert Johan Farkas of Malmö University called the measure “extraordinary”.

“It is highly unusual that Facebook throws out a Danish media. As far as I know, this is a first”, Farkas said.

24Nyt was banned from Facebook only weeks or months before the Danish election, which is to be held no later than June this year…..

#AceNewsDesk report ……………Published: April.14: 2019:

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(ANKARA, Turkey.) #PressFreedom Erdogan silencing voices as two German reporters denied media credentials to work in the country after at three more journalists in the last month have been expelled Thomas Seibert, a reporter with newspaper Tagesspiegel, and Jörg Brase, bureau chief of ZDF public television — s aid Ankara declined to renew their press accreditation for unspecified reasons, according to AFP #AceNewsDes k reports

#AceNewsReport – Mar.11: The German government says it will continue to press Turkey to grant foreign reporters the necessary credentials to work in the country: Two German journalists who were denied media credentials to work in Turkey were forced to leave the country Sunday, prompting protests from German officials: Government spokesman Steffen Seibert said Monday that “for us the case of these two journalists who left doesn’t end with their departure. We will continue to represent their interests.”…….Seibert urged the Turkish government to “find a swift solution for the German and European journalists who, as you know, are still waiting for news on whether their accreditation will be extended.” Associated Press reported.

Asked about the situation for Turkish reporters, Seibert said Germany is “very conscious of the difficult situation of free journalism in Turkey”Turkey has expelled three German journalists this month, igniting fresh concern over deteriorating press freedom in a country with a history of silencing opposition voices.Two of the journalists — Thomas Seibert, a reporter with newspaper Tagesspiegel, and Jörg Brase, bureau chief of ZDF public television — said Ankara declined to renew their press accreditation for unspecified reasons, Agence France-Presse reports: They were given 10 days to leave the country in a move Berlin condemned as “unacceptable.”Speaking in Istanbul before their departure Sunday, Brase and Seibert accused the Turkish government of trying to “silence” international media. Both journalists pledged to continue reporting on the country.

Their expulsion comes after German public broadcast correspondent Halil Gulbeyaz said he also saw his application for accreditation rejected earlier this month, AFP reports: While the country has jailed dozens of Turkish journalists for alleged links to the failed 2016 coup, this is the thought to be the first time accreditation of foreign journalists has been denied, according to BBC.

Over a hundred media organizations were shut down by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s government in the aftermath of the coup attempt, and in April 2018, 13 journalists working for an opposition newspaper called Cumhuriyet were sentenced to prison on terrorism charges.

Turkey remains the world’s worst jailer of journalists, with at least 68 people behind bars in connection with their work as of the end of 2018, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists: Germany’s foreign minister Heiko Maas tweeted Saturday that journalists not being able to “freely pursue their work” is “unacceptable” and that Berlin will open talks with Turkey to discuss the expulsions.“[There is] no free democracy without a critical press,” Maas told Tagesspiegel. “We will continue to work for journalists to work without restrictions — even in Turkey.”A senior adviser to President Erdogan denied a government cracking down on journalists, according to BBC.

#AceNewsDesk report ………..Published: March.11: 2019:

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