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Dubai Aiming to Become Creative Capital by 2025

Dubai has outlined a plan to become the world’s creative capital. Would you consider being part of it?

Photographer Tommy Machowicz Suing Phoenix Police

Phoenix police reportedly shot freelance photographer Tommy Machowicz with rubber bullets. Now, he’s suing.

The Alaska Landmine Lawsuit: Small Media vs. Alaska Governor

The Alaska Landmine lawsuit involves a website owner who sued Alaska’s governor for access to press conferences. The case ended with a favorable settlement. See why Jeff Landfield sued and terms of the agreement.

Molly-Mae Hague’s Instagram Giveaway Violated Rules, Say Regulators

Molly-Mae Hague’s Instagram giveaway was reported to advertising authorities, and they determined it violated the CAP Code. Here’s why…

The Khashoggi Ban: What It Means For Journalists

The US rolled out the Khashoggi Ban in response to the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Here’s what it means for journalists and who’s covered.

Facebook’s News Ban In Australia: Who’s Winning?

Facebook banned news on its platform for Australian users. Find out what happened, who’s winning in the battle to pay publishers, and what’s in the next chapter.

Chuck Schumer Vows To Fight For Freelancers

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer vows to fight for freelancers. But do we REALLY have a powerful ally in Congress? Let’s check the record.

South Korean Internet Giant Is Acquiring Wattpad

NAVER, a South Korean internet giant, is acquiring Wattpad. The deal brings two social creative platforms under one parent.

How Brexit Affects Travel Bloggers

See how Brexit affects travel bloggers and digital nomads.

Journalist Zhang Zhan’s Trial Ends With 4-Year Sentence

Freelance journalist Zhang Zhan was sentenced to four years for her coronavirus coverage in Wuhan.

British Blogger Esther Dingley Vanished~ Podcast

British Blogger Esther Dingley disappeared while hiking in the Pyrenees mountains. Listen to the details of this mysterious case in this episode of The KnowGood Podcast,

Why Freelancers Fear A Biden Presidency

Joe Biden has plans more extreme than California’s wreckless AB 5 freelance law. Freelancers fear a Biden presidency could wreak similar havoc across the nation.

Court Rules For Journalists in Portland, OR Protests Case

A U.S. appeals court ruled against the feds in a case calling out government agents for targeting content creators at the Portland, OR protests.

Writers & Photographers Exempt From California Freelance Law

California’s AB 2257 has given content creators relief from the California freelance law created by Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez. See what’s changed and for whom.

Bloggers & Sex Crimes In The Middle East : Podcast

Bloggers & Sex Crimes in the Middle East digs into the rape allegations of Cynthia Ritchie and the homophobic prison sentence of Mohamed al-Bokari. Don’t miss it!