The age of censors physically redacting newspapers, as I have seen in Vietnam and Myanmar, is mostly over.
The closure of Radio Free Asia has prompted outcry from civil society groups, who warn of stifling freedom of expression.
Radio Free Asia is closing its Phnom Penh office, telling staff their employment contracts are terminated with immediate effect.
Indian journalists and rights activists are protesting against the murder of an outspoken publisher of a tabloid.
The US Embassy in Phnom Penh posts its reaction to the closure of the Cambodia Daily newspaper, which has ceased operations.
Some analysts claim that laws are being used as political tools to silence critics ahead of next year’s national election.
Cambodia’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations sends a scathing retort to the claim that press freedom is under attack.
The Cambodia Daily states press freedom is under attack and calls for an investigation into state officials leaking information.