In mid-June, Latvia amended the Electronic Media Act, adding conditions to be taken into account when granting or revoking a transmission license.
On June 12, the Estonian Internet Foundation (EISA) imposed restrictions on two domains registered in Estonia in the name of Rossija Segodnya, baltnews.ee and sputnik-news.ee.
Russian-language ERR was one of the first to issue a press release from the Russian Embassy on the possibilities of participating in the Russian referendum in Estonia on 1 July.
How did you do with the Propastop Midsummer picture game? Compare your results and solutions with the correct answers.
In mid-June, the Center for European Policy Studies (CEPA) wrote about the PR campaigns of the Russian cyber security company Kaspersky in the Baltic nations.
In mid-April, at the peak of the coronavirus, there was news that Estonia had dropped three positions in the press freedom index and is now ranked at 14th.
Over the past month, the word “Antifa” is being repeatedly heard in public. However, what do they mean by that?
The Russian-language editorial board of ERR must stop posting its news in groups that actively share anti-Estonian propaganda channels.
The coronavirus pandemic, which spread a lot of misinformation, half-truths and conspiracy theories in retrospect, has been an important period in raising people’s awareness of information manipulations.