Toxic mud: reporters initially sentenced then acquitted

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Carlo D’Adamo and Roberta Sangiorgi, sued by the businessman from Emilia Luca Razzaboni and defended by the Legal Aid Office of Ossigeno

Bari: State broadcaster’s news team attacked

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“Go away”, a man shouted to the journalist Renato Piccoli and the cameraman and smashed the window of the car they were in, in the Japigia district.

Borrometi: prosecutor no feedback on the car bomb

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The Prosecutor of Catania, Carmelo Zuccaro declared that, “Even if it constitutes an interpretation of the journalist, this is far from being mere speculation".

The sentence: € 200 fine for slapping a journalist

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This is the modest price attributed by a judge in Calabria for the attack on Paolo Orofino in 2014 while doing his job. Ossigeno comments on the outcome.

Is the dignity of a journalist worth so little?

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On the compensation awarded by the Court of Paola to the journalist Paolo Orofino for a wallop.

Cilento: lawsuits – 2 reporters acquitted after eight years

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The journalists are Maurizio Troccoli and Luigi Martino (giornaledelcilento.it ). For the Court of Vallo della Lucania "there is no evidence".

Ossigeno’s gratuity to the journalist from Latina Oggi

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Paolo Sarandrea was sued in 2006. After the bankruptcy of the publisher he continued to defend himself in court at his own expense.

The challenge of the virus to the identity of journalism

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FULL TEXT - By Sergio Baraldi -Accused of catastrophic narrative of the infection, journalism must deal with the need to rethink its identity

The Latest Bad News from Italy n.3/2020 – 10 March

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Report on 43 recent episodes of intimidation and threats against journalists and bloggers ascertained in Italy by Ossigeno

The challenge of the virus to the identity of journalism

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A reflection by Sergio Baraldi on the change in attitude of Italian journalism with respect to the health crisis caused by the coronavirus