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Protecting Journalists
This video outlines the dangers that investigative journalists face in today's society and possible solutions to this problem in Europe. The Council of Europe has produced a set of guidelines with regards to this issue, and member states have a positive obligation both to protect investigative journalists when they are threatened and to ensure the prosecution of crimes against them.
Protecting Journalists
This video outlines the dangers that investigative journalists face in today's society and possible solutions to this problem in Europe. The Council of Europe has produced a set of guidelines with regards to this issue, and member states have a positive obligation both to protect investigative journalists when they are threatened and to ensure the prosecution of crimes against them.

Human Rights on the Internet
This spot aims to make Internet users aware that human rights apply as much in cyberspace as they do in the real world. The Council of Europe Internet guide explains our rights to freedom of online access, expression, privacy and protection from cybercrime, among others.
Human Rights on the Internet
This spot aims to make Internet users aware that human rights apply as much in cyberspace as they do in the real world. The Council of Europe Internet guide explains our rights to freedom of online access, expression, privacy and protection from cybercrime, among others.

Cybercrime
As our world becomes ever more dependent on information and communication technologies, it is also increasingly vulnerable to cybercrime, including identity theft, financial fraud, cyber attacks and the misuse of social networks. Many of these crimes are committed not against states or organisations, but against individuals, who can have their privacy invaded by hackers, fraudsters and, in the case of children, paedophiles.
Cybercrime
As our world becomes ever more dependent on information and communication technologies, it is also increasingly vulnerable to cybercrime, including identity theft, financial fraud, cyber attacks and the misuse of social networks. Many of these crimes are committed not against states or organisations, but against individuals, who can have their privacy invaded by hackers, fraudsters and, in the case of children, paedophiles.