What you need to know about the US government’s crackdown on the press

In the United States, there are two types of media — the mainstream media and the alternative media.

The mainstream media is generally controlled by the federal government.

This means that it is accountable to no one except the President.

The alternative media, on the other hand, is not.

Unlike the mainstream press, which is owned by the government, alternative media can be owned by independent media organizations or individuals.

The difference is that the alternative press has more of a voice in the US political system and can get more coverage.

The New York Times and other US media outlets were taken down from the internet in the aftermath of the 2016 election.

While the decision was made by a judge, the US Supreme Court has ruled that it was a violation of free speech.

But this was only the beginning.

In January 2017, the Trump administration issued a new order to take down all internet content that the media has published since January 1, 2018.

This is the first time the US has done this since the Nixon administration.

The order is aimed at curbing criticism of the President, the President’s policies, and the Trump family.

In its latest ruling, the Supreme Court found that it violated free speech and other constitutional rights.

It also cited the President as being responsible for the actions of his administration.

What are the main issues behind the crackdown on news and information?

The Trump administration has been cracking down on the media since its inauguration.

After the election, the administration issued an order prohibiting the publication of information on the election that was critical of the Trump team.

Since then, the United Nations has issued multiple sanctions against foreign media organizations.

Many US news outlets have been forced to suspend their news coverage, including the New York Post, Washington Post, ABC News, Politico, and The Wall Street Journal.

In February 2018, the House of Representatives passed the Freedom of Information Act.

The bill allows journalists to get information about the activities of federal agencies through Freedom of the Press Act requests.

However, many organizations, including The Washington Post and The New Yorker, say they cannot provide the requested documents due to the legal hurdles involved.

There is also a growing push to restrict media freedom in the United Kingdom.

On May 4, 2018, a bill was introduced in the UK parliament that would create a blanket ban on news coverage of Brexit.

The legislation has been met with protests in the country, and a court ruled in favor of the bill on May 22.

The United States has also been crackingdown on the news in the past year.

In March 2018, President Donald Trump issued an executive order that banned journalists from covering his administration and banned all foreign media from covering him, as well as the Trump Organization.

The government also closed down several outlets and news outlets that were critical of Trump, including CNN and Buzzfeed.

Many of these outlets are owned by Trump supporters.

In June 2018, Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner was charged with violating the US Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA), a law that prohibits foreign nationals from working for foreign governments.

The US Attorney General and the Department of Justice both filed a lawsuit against Kushner in court on May 24, 2018 to try and stop the prosecution of the press.

In May 2019, the White House issued an apology to the media, saying it would stop the enforcement of FARA and other laws that were used against journalists.

What is happening in other countries?

The United Kingdom has been the focus of a number of stories since the US election.

In October 2018, The Guardian published an investigation into a British politician who was a vocal critic of Trump’s travel ban.

The paper reported that the Labour politician was banned from leaving the country and that his campaign staff had received death threats.

A year later, the British government announced a plan to create a new law that would make it a crime to publicly criticize the government.

The plan was backed by the UK’s Conservative Party and is likely to be passed by parliament in early 2020.

The law also includes a requirement that any media outlet that publishes information that is critical of a government official be fined up to $100,000.

The UK government has also imposed fines of up to £1 million ($1.5 million) on a number news outlets, including Breitbart News, the Washington Post’s parent company, and Vox Media.

This came after the publication by the news outlet of a story that said the UK government was considering closing the UK embassy in Washington, D.C., in retaliation for the Trump’s executive order banning visitors from seven Muslim-majority countries.

What happens now?

While the US crackdown on media is far from over, many countries around the world have moved toward restricting freedom of the media.

In Europe, France and Italy have passed new legislation that prohibits any news organization from publishing information that criticizes the government or the president.

This has been adopted by countries including Spain, Denmark, Sweden, and Norway.

In Japan, the country is also moving toward limiting access to the internet and online news.

The latest round of proposed