National security laws are silencing uncomfortable journalism
Australian journalist, Peter Greste, was arrested and jailed for just over a year while reporting in Egypt on the allegation of damaging national security.
He has since become an advocate for press freedom and has been vocal about the recent raids on the ABC and certain newscorp journalists.
He spoke to Oly on Perth Live about the ongoing right to know campaign and explains how to government is using national security legislation to silence journalists.
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